News and Resources
- Future proofing the East’s major employment cluster (PDF 136.8 KB)
- Local businesses to benefit most from Committee’s vision (PDF 106.6 KB)
- $18 million funding boost for key projects across Melbourne East (PDF 100.3 KB)
- Business Entrepreneurs ‘tap’ into new resource (PDF 100.5 KB)
- Regional Plan (coming soon)
- RDA Newsletter Autumn 2014 (PDF 659.1 KB)
Take a look around the East
Melbourne East RDA funded the tertiary education industry in an effort to boost international education visitation to the region.
The project provided students and their visitors with tourism information tailored to their specific needs to enhance their Australian and education experience. At the same time, it will boost the local tourism industry through increased expenditure and visitation in the region. International students formed the heart of the project’s working group. Student representatives were active in nominating a series of themes to guide the final product. These themes included Australian wildlife, music, arts, photography, museums, zoos, cultural history, shopping, cycling and multicultural activities.
Capture the beauty of our natural wonders through our national parks, forests, reserves and sanctuaries, then have coffee and cake at one of our gourmet cafes.
Visit a vineyard, see how grapes are grown, taste the many different varieties of wine and enjoy some fine food.
Puffing Billy and Healesville Sanctuary
Ride a 100-year-old steam train through some of Victoria’s most beautiful scenery, or get up close to some of Australia’s amazing wildlife.
Markets, bikes and rowboats
Drop into a regional library, search for a bargain in a local market, enjoy a bike ride or take a rowboat out on to the Yarra River.
Galleries, nature, history and more
Discover art galleries, secret sculpture gardens, fabulous cafes and more when you visit Bulleen and historic Warrandyte.
Help us celebrate at one of our many multicultural festivals, with food, fun, dancing, laughter, friends and more.
Go for a drive to winery country, take a sedgway ride or swing through the trees, then enjoy a delicious meal in a welcoming café.