Achievements: Sunbury

The Andrews Labor Government’s achievements in Sunbury  – 2014 / 2018

* Not a complete list


  • Let’s Count eligible kinders: Diggers Rest Preschool
  • Sunbury and Macedon Ranges Specialist School will receive up to $9,725 in funding to connect students to local volunteering opportunities
  • Doctors in Secondary Schools: Sunbury College is currently participating
  • School capital funding: Diggers Rest Primary School ($181,500), Kismet Park Primary School ($964,000), Sunbury and Macedon Ranges Specialist School ($4.08 million), Sunbury West Primary School ($12,000), Salesian College ($500,000), Sunbury Primary School ($20,000)
  • School maintenance: Diggers Rest Primary School ($84,000), Goonawarra Primary School ($328,000), Killara Primary School ($121,000), Sunbury Downs Secondary College ($332,000), Sunbury Heights Primary School ($155,000), Sunbury Primary School ($51,000) and Sunbury West Primary School ($211,000),
  • School Breakfast Club Program participating schools: Diggers Rest Primary School, Sunbury Heights Primary School, Sunbury And Macedon Ranges Specialist School
  • Camps, Uniforms and Excursions Fund 2015-2016: Parents supported (3,098), students supported (4,348), total amount paid ($724,900)
  • $3.5 million to upgrade and modernise facilities at Sunbury Primary School
  • $700,000 to upgrade and modernise the facilities at Sunbury Heights Primary School
  • $1.5 million funding to upgrade and modernise the facilities at Gladstone Park Primary School
  • $10.8 million funding allocation to Sunbury and Macedon Ranges Specialist School – Sunbury Campus, this will activate the Jackson’s Hill site and refurbish and modernise buildings and facilities

Emergency Services:

  • Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program 2016-17: $2,946 for Wildwood Sunbury


  • Sporting Club Grants 2016: Diggers Rest Football Netball Club ($600), School Sports Officials Inc ($1,000), Sunbury & Districts Over Sixties Cricket Club ($1,000), Sunbury Football Netball Club ($1,000), Sunbury Little Athletics Centre Inc ($1,000), Sunbury School of Calisthenics Inc ($1,000), Tullamarine Football Club ($1,000), Sunbury Basketball Association Incorporated ($5,000), Sunbury Softball Association ($3,150)
  • Sporting Club Grants 2017: Sunbury Storm Softball Club Inc ($960), Rupertswood Football Club Inc ($1,900), Galaxy Melbourne Touch Rugby Club ($1,000), Tullamarine Sporting Club ($4,500)
  • VicHealth Active Club grants 2017: Diggers Rest Junior Football Club Inc. ($2,133), Sunbury Basketball Association Incorporated ($2,900), Sunbury United Rugby League Club ($2,127)

Early Childhood:

  • Allocated $43,425 to the Stewart’s Lane Preschool project. The project will extend both preschool rooms to increase the licensed capacity from 56 to 66 and remove several internal doors to improve the flow and usability of the internal storerooms and the office space.
  • $33,825 provided for Taylor Drive Preschool facility upgrades


  • Children’s Week 2017 grants: Sunbury Neighbourhood House – Messy Rainbow Day ($610)
  • Empower Youth Grants 2017: Islamic Council of Victoria ($550,000)

Public Transport:

  • Added an extra 83 metro train services for Diggers Rest and Sunbury each week
  • Over 300 additional parking spaces at Sunbury Station
  • Sunbury Line upgrade, including planning and detailed design work to enable deployment of high capacity metro trains to Sunbury


  • Plans for 20,000 new homes and 6000 jobs have been released for public comment to guide development around Sunbury for the next 30 years

Family Violence:

  • Men’s Family Violence Funding: Djerriwarrh Health ($208,706) and Relationships Australia ($359,289)


  • Men’s Sheds Funding Round 2017: Tullamarine Men’s Shed ($60,000)
  • Community Grants Program: Tullamarine Community House Inc. ($10,000)
  • Victorian Litter Innovation Fund Round 1: Brimbank City Council ($13,000)
  • Community Shade Grants round 2: School Sports Officials Inc ($4,425)
  • Tullamarine Community House Inc is eligible for 5 additional hours funding per week/ 260 hours per year through the Neighbourhood House Coordination Program


  • The Interface Growth Fund is generating local jobs by helping outer-suburban communities build local infrastructure that is vital for growing communities to thrive into the future. Hume City Council has advised that the Sunbury Warm Water Pool project is expected to deliver a minimum of 15 jobs during the construction phase, and a minimum of 2 jobs during the ongoing operations phase
  • Established the Jobs Victoria Employment Network which provides intensive support to those unable to get a job
  • Back to Work Scheme providing financial incentives of up to $11,000 per worker for businesses that hire ex-automotive workers


  • Established the Automotive Supply Chain Transition Program, offering support to supply chain companies to develop new business plans
  • Established the Local Industry Fund for Transition which has funded 33 projects, generated over $160 million in investments and created 864 jobs

Growing Suburbs Fund:

  • $230,000 for Community Facility Accessibility Upgrades
  • $2,000,000 for Sunbury Warm Water Pool
  • $490,000 for Boardman Reserve Upgrade
  • $3,000,000 for Hume Global Learning Centre – Sunbury
  • $400,000 for Sunbury Lawn Tennis Club Pavilion
  • $2,060,000 for McMahon Recreation Reserve Development


  • Jacksons Hill land aquistion


  • $1 million funding to implement cycling and hiking trails for the Northern Regional Trails Strategy


  • Duplication of 7km of Sunbury Road from Powlett Street to Bulla-Diggers Rest Road from two lanes to four lanes