The federal government has delivered nearly $7 million in grants to King Island. Senator Steve Martin announced the funding during a visit&nbsp;on Friday.&nbsp; "$5 million will be invested in the much-needed worker accommodation and service hub development project,"&nbsp;&nbsp;he said. The investment will include a purpose-built hub to house the Library, Service Tasmania and Tourist Information Centre, as well as a refit of the King Island Regional Development Office into accommodation. Another $1 million will go towards the King Island Council's Community Sport Facility, which will involve a 24/7 open access community gym. Upgrades to the Early Childhood Education and Care Facility will be funded by a $650,000 grant, and an additional $300,000 will fund upgrades to the Grassy Sport Complex Oval. "We visit these communities, listen to what locals want and go fight for them in Canberra. It is great news that Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals Leader Michael McCormack has agreed to release the money,"&nbsp;Senator Martin said. While you're with us, did you know that you can now sign up to receive breaking news updates and daily headlines direct to your inbox? Sign up here.