Regional Development Victoria news
Works begin to extend iconic Gippsland trail11/02/2021
Construction of the 36-kilometre extension of Gippsland’s iconic Great Southern Rail Trail is on track to support the region’s economic recovery.
Indigenous War Memorial appoints artist08/02/2021
Internationally acclaimed street artist Adnate has been commissioned as the lead artist to create a large-scale Indigenous war memorial on the water tower in Heywood. A local Indigenous artist will work alongside and be mentored by Adnate.
Meet the Phillip Island man delivering free 3D-printed hands to the world04/02/2021
Phillip Island based engineer, Mat Bowtell designs and manufactures assistive hands and fingers for children and adults around the world for free through his charity organisation, Free 3D Hands.
Bendigo GovHub providing a jobs boom04/02/2021
The Government is creating hundreds more jobs in the Bendigo region with a head contractor chosen to construct the city’s GovHub project.
Linking Yanha Gurtji - completion of RiverConnect route three ‘The Flats’01/02/2021
The area known as ‘The Flats’ – a floodplain between Shepparton and Mooroopna – is a significant site among the Yorta Yorta people.
Interview with Bruce Hammond – Chairperson of Lakes Entrance Fishermen’s Limited29/01/2021
Bullock Island in the Gippsland Lakes may be well-known for its rich maritime history, but a new development is set to transform the area for tourists keen to explore the waterways and dine on the local produce.
Sound check: Anglesea Memorial Hall upgrades28/01/2021
Anglesea Memorial Hall is undergoing a revamp that will transform the current live-music, community, and events space into a more modern and technically advanced performance venue.
Morwell Innovation Centre opens doors to Alinta Energy14/01/2021
Alinta Energy has chosen Morwell Innovation Centre in Gippsland as the new home for their onshore customer operations hub.
Works start on Portland’s foreshore redevelopment11/01/2021
Works have started on the transformation of Portland’s foreshore into a more vibrant and accessible space for locals and tourists to enjoy.
Important Budj Bim works begin across five sites11/01/2021
Works have started across the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, as part of the Government’s support for the Gunditjmara Traditional Owners to protect and develop the land so more Victorians can celebrate its history and cultural significance.