Grylls reveals first 9 SuperTowns

The state government has revealed the first nine regional towns to benefit from $85 million in upgrades under Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls' "SuperTowns" initiative.

Mr Grylls announced this morning that Katanning, Collie, Esperance, Northam, Jurien Bay, Morawa, Boddington, Manjimup and Margaret River had been selected in the first round of the initiative aimed to enhance infrastructure and amenity in the regions.

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