Regional Development Victoria

Regional Development Victoria

Developing regional communities

Working with local communities and businesses to help make regional Victoria a better place to live, work and invest

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Major Australian air-con maker moves to Wodonga

Seeley International’s expansion into Wodonga will create hundreds of new jobs, boost production and ensure the company continues to develop its products and workforce

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Regional Development Australia

Regional Development Australia (RDA) Committees are national partnerships between State, Federal and Local Governments.

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Great Regional Lifestyle

There's never been a better time to move to regional Victoria, and it just keeps getting better.

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Map of Victoria


Information Portal

Interactive and easy access to data, reports and links that can be used to inform regional development.

The portal contains over 200 variables and 135 geographies

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Regional Partnerships

The State Government has given regional Victorians a louder voice through nine Regional Partnerships, comprising community, business and government members.

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Economic Recovery

Ready to aid Victorians with economic recovery in the case of events ranging from bushfires to floods; helping our regional communities get back to business, and supporting industries in transition.

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About Regional Development Victoria

Our aim is to make regional Victoria an even better place to live, work and do business by building key infrastructure, creating jobs and developing communities.

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Regional Development Victoria

You’ll find Regional Development Victoria (RDV) Offices at 18 sites throughout regional Victoria. These are the local contact points for businesses, councils, community groups and individuals wanting to access the programs and services provided by the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) and Regional Development Victoria.

Learn more about how RDV supports businesses