Premier Lara Giddings has committed $8 million towards
It would support more than 300 jobs in construction, and would be used by about 4,000 people every week once complete, catering for sports including netball and Futsal.
Meantime despite shaky polling, Ms Giddings says they're looking to hit the ground running just four days out from the election.
“To see our economy turning around is something that hasn’t just happened, it’s happened because of hard work,” she said.
“So we’re looking forward to this final week and taking this right up to the death knell when it comes to voting day on the weekend.”
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