Morrison Government to provide $1 million for Nepalese Community Centre (with video)

May 12, 2019

The Minister of Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs and the Federal member for Banks, David Coleman, has said Morrison government if re-elected will provide $1 million to the Nepalese Australian Association to build a community centre in New South Wales.

The announcement was made by Coleman at the Regional Oceania conference of Non-Resident Nepali Association yesterday, on 11 May.

Coleman addressing the conference said, “The Nepalese community is one of the fastest growing communities in Australia, and the new centre will provide a central meeting point for the more than 36,000 people in NSW with Nepalese ancestry.”

“This funding demonstrates the Morrison Government’s commitment to supporting multicultural communities and creating a stronger Australia”, said Coleman.

If built, the community centre will be central meeting place for the Nepalese community in Sydney.