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The proposed project will extend the current PSP on Railway Avenue at the corner of Lowanna Way for a length of approximately 4.7km to be constructed in two stages. This will ultimately complete the link of paths connecting all the train stations along Railway Avenue and beyond.

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The Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre (AFAC) was recognised as a leader in urban social and community infrastructure across WA at the 2019 Urban Development Institute of Australia WA’s Awards for Excellence on Saturday 21 September.

The Centre was presented with the prestigious Excellence in Social and Community Infrastructure Award, the third award the facility has won since it opened in March.

City of Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones OAM, JP said the award was further testament to the innovative and high quality design of the facility.

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Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre (AFAC) and the Armadale District Hall were recognised across WA for their exceptional construction at the 2019 Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards. The esteemed awards program showcases and awards buildings that reflect exceptional craftsmanship, commitment to building excellence and uphold the highest professional standard. AFAC and Armadale District Hall both received awards over a record number of over 100 entries across the entire state from Harvey in the south to Karratha in the north.

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Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre (AFAC) was crowned ‘Community Facility of the Year Award for WA at the 2019 Parks and Leisure Australia Awards of Excellence. The prestigious award recognises facilities that demonstrate innovative features of design, development and operation. AFAC received the award over a host of commendable nominees including City of Stirling’s Scarborough Beach Pool and City of Rockingham’s Autumn Centre.