There has been lots of election promises and commitments.
Yet there is one quite significant gap remaining and time is running out for that void to be filled.
The Illawarra Mercury has been strong in its call for an immediate upgrade to the WIN Entertainment Centre.
Venues NSW, which has stewardship of this city's iconic entertainment venues, has already started a strategic review of the precinct but that is going to take a significant amount of time for recommendations let alone any action.
Reviewing the future and overall potential of the area is certainly a worthy exercise, but something needs to happen in the meantime.
The WIN Entertainment Centre has suffered from a lack of significant reinvestment for some time now.
This is not to be confused with WIN stadium, which somehow is able to attract needed funds as required. It does well for a venue which hosts a handful of significant football matches and the odd ageing rock icon.
On the other hand, the WIN Entertainment Centre which has a wide and varied use needs some urgent love and attention.
NSW Labor has recognised that and has committed at least $50 million to immediately upgrade the facilities in the WIN Entertainment Centre to a standard more fitting of the state's third largest city.
Yet there has been nothing at all from the Coalition.
Shadow treasurer Ryan Park and member for Wollongong Paul Scully have been strong on the commitment.
So far though there is nothing from the Parliamentary Secretary for Illawarra.
The NSW Labor proposal is one of the few significant election commitments for the actual city precinct across both parties.
Yet we know the WIN Entertainment Centre services the region.
If you are one of the many thousands of people who attends a cultural, community, entertainment or sporting event it would pay to consider this close come March 23.
This community facility deserves - no, needs - some urgent attention.