Regional Development Victoria news
Ghosts of Geelong’s past29/10/2021
Ghost sightings can be a blink and you’ll miss it affair. Take a look at regional Victoria’s ghastly past and you might think differently. Home to some of Victoria’s notorious gaols and asylums, the various sites are now popular spots for self-proclaimed ghostbusters.
More support for regional community events29/10/2021
Rural and regional Victorian event organisers will receive more support to ensure the state’s diverse and vibrant calendar of community events thrives into the future.
Support for export push delivers jobs in Latrobe Valley27/10/2021
The Victorian Government is backing new jobs in the Latrobe Valley with ongoing investment, including support for a growing dairy manufacturer in Gippsland to expand its export sales.
Generating manufacturing jobs for Geelong21/10/2021
Supporting a Geelong-based company to create 100 new jobs and drive the state’s competitiveness in producing Australian-made medical equipment.
Summer jobs on offer through Tourism Job Bank21/10/2021
The Victorian Government is making it easier for businesses in Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula and along the Great Ocean Road to find workers during peak periods by backing a new jobs bank to match staff with employers.
Ballarat manufacturing precinct grows 20/10/2021
The Ballarat West Employment Zone is going from strength-to-strength with five new tenants bringing more than 150 new jobs to the precinct.
Camping upgrades to revitalise tourism at Apollo Bay15/10/2021
Campers will be able to wake up to the spectacular views of Apollo Bay at high-end camping sites, as the Victorian Government continues to revitalise tourism along the Great Ocean Road.
Opening doors to our regional recovery30/09/2021
Preparations are being finalised to open the 1000 Doors Art Installation in Ballarat.
Supporting workers to secure housing in Sea Lake30/09/2021
Helping lay the groundwork to address a housing shortage in Sea Lake as part of a commitment to tackle housing shortages and other barriers to regional workforce attraction across the Mallee.
Putting Sea Lake on the map as the home of the salt lake30/09/2021
Sea Lake’s new Visitor Information Centre will become a tourism hub for the Mallee and provide a central information point for visitors from throughout Australia and overseas.