More music and less noise for Murgon

  • New sound proof curtains at PCYC youth club to draw more entertainment
  • Curtains improve sound inside the community hall and reduce noise for its neighbors
  • The Coalition Government invested $19,307 to fully fund this project

The Murgon Music Muster sounds better than ever, after the Coalition Government fully funded a revamp of the South Burnett Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC).

Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester said new sound proof curtains make shows sound even better and will help the PCYC attract more events to South Burnett. 

“This is a big win for both music lovers, and people who live nearby who enjoy their peace,” Mr Chester said.

“I want to help build better regions, and investing in places where communities can come together is an important part of doing it.”

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien, who joined the community today for the unveiling as part of the Murgon Music Muster celebrations said the upgrade delivers on a 2016 Federal Election commitment.

“The PCYC is home to many entertainment events in Murgon, and I’m pleased my election commitment will improve the quality of the experience for people watching and participating in performances at the venue,” Mr O’Brien said.

“It’s great to see this project reach completion and to be finished in time for Murgon’s favourite annual community event, the Music Muster.”

The Federal Coalition Government provided $19,307 to fully fund the South Burnett PCYC Improvements project.

For more information on projects currently underway in the Wide Bay electorate, visit http://investment.infrastructure.gov.au/