Regional Development Victoria news
More jobs in Ballarat with new brewery and distillery hub08/06/2022
The Victorian Government is supporting Ballarat to position itself as a must-visit craft and small batch drink destination with a new hub for distilling and brewing.
Sovereign Hill strikes gold with new event spaces08/06/2022
Sovereign Hill will soon boast new cultural and event spaces, generating jobs and attracting more visitors, thanks to a $6 million investment from the Victorian Government.
Boosting events and tourism in Horsham08/06/2022
The Victorian Government is backing Horsham with a $2 million investment to redevelop the City Oval and Sawyer Park precinct, creating local jobs and drawing more visitors to the area.
A sweet treat for visitors to Colac07/06/2022
The Victorian Government is creating more sweet reasons to visit Colac boosting tourism and creating local jobs with a new ice creamery.
Wine, dine and doze at Mt Duneed Estate07/06/2022
The Victorian Government is investing in regional tourism with funding for new accommodation suites at Mt Duneed Estate in Greater Geelong.
Investing in more jobs and worker housing in Portland06/06/2022
The Victorian Government is backing Portland to create more jobs across more industries, while providing the housing workers need through the newly opened Portland Diversification Fund.
Hundreds of jobs to supercharge Stawell03/06/2022
The Victorian Government is creating 250 jobs while unlocking new export opportunities with a major abattoir upgrade in Stawell.
Bacchus Marsh 1000+ Steps set to soar31/05/2022
Bacchus Marsh’s popular 1000+ Steps will become even better with an accessible trail, new sculptures and upgrades amenities, thanks to a $2.1 million investment from the Victorian Government.
Growing the grains industry in Ballarat31/05/2022
The Victorian Government is supporting family-owned agriculture manufacturing business Harwood Grains to create jobs and expand its oat dehulling facility in Ballarat.
Victoria’s Regional Economic Development Strategies launched27/05/2022
The Victorian Government has released its nine Regional Economic Development Strategies (REDS). The REDS identify strategic directions to drive economic growth using data and evidence-based analysis specific to each region.