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State Government of Victoria

Region receives $8M from RDAF

25 June 2013

The Hume Region will receive more than $8 million from the Regional Development Australia Fund (RDAF) Rounds Three and Four grants.

Two projects in the Hume Region will receive more than $900,000 from Round Three grants.

Mitchell Shire Council’s Vietnam Veterans’ Commemorative Walk received $500,000 and the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation’s Bonegilla Boardwalk and Bike Trail just over $405,000.

Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk – Stage Three
The walk, located in Seymour, will include the installation of military artefacts, commemorative panels and pavers, landscaping, car parking and infrastructure to enable access to the site. 

Building Bonegilla Boardwalk and Bike Trail
This project involves improvements to 17 kilometres of gravel rail trail surface from Killara to Huon and the establishment of a 600 metre steel boardwalk across the Kiewa River floodplain, providing all season access to Lake Hume and Tallangatta

The Hume RDA Committee played a key role in Round Three by considering Expressions of Interest from across the region and selecting five priority project to process to full application. You can view all successful Round Three projects here.

The Greater Shepparton City Council will receive $7.19 million towards the Greater Shepparton Regional Sports Precinct through the Regional Development Australia Fund Round Four.

All successful projects will provide important infrastructure to address regional priorities that were identified by the Regional Development Australia committees.

You can read more about this project and a full list of successful Round Four projects here.

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Last Updated: 15 April 2016