Regional Development Victoria news
World class performing arts centre opens in Gippsland02/03/2022
The Gippsland Performing Arts Centre is opening with a bang as it brings top acts to the region and offers a new state-of-the-art space for locals and visitors to enjoy and explore.
$15.68 million awarded to Shipwreck Coast infrastructure projects23/02/2022
Five infrastructure projects are being supported with new grants designed to enable private sector investment along Victoria’s iconic Shipwreck Coast, thanks to the Geelong City Deal’s Private Sector Business Enablement Fund.
Firing up the Wodonga Logistics Precinct18/02/2022
The Victorian Government is powering up support for Wodonga to build its strength as a logistics hub between Australia’s two biggest cities, backing a plan to expand training for drivers of robotics and autonomous vehicles.
Supercharging tourism in the high country18/02/2022
The Victorian Government is rolling out more trails and facilities for visitors along the Great River Road as part of its commitment to supercharge tourism and generate more jobs in the High Country.
Burraja Cultural Centre receives facelift17/02/2022
Wodonga locals and visitors can learn more about the region’s Aboriginal heritage with the completion of the Burraja Cultural and Environmental Centre redevelopment supported by the Victorian Government.
Sowing the seeds to grow a foodie social enterprise in Hepburn09/02/2022
Getting on with more jobs and tourism in Woodend08/02/2022
The Victorian Government is fast tracking detailed design works to enable the Woodend Community Centre redevelopment to unlock its full potential and create more jobs for locals.
Jobs boost for Victoria's food bowl08/02/2022
More jobs are on the way in Greater Shepparton with the construction of a new export-standard fruit packing and grading facility at Mooroopna making significant progress through support from the Victorian Government.
Transformed Ballarat Station Precinct open for business07/02/2022
The Ballarat Station Precinct has been transformed into a vibrant commercial, transport and community space, a project made possible through an investment of $28.3 million thanks to the Regional Infrastructure Fund.
Queenscliff Ferry Terminal sailing ahead27/01/2022
The $15.9 million redevelopment of the Queenscliff Ferry Terminal is taking shape with the foundations and cement poured for the ground floor and level one.