Regional Development Victoria news
Supporting rural and regional Victoria’s recovery20/05/2021
Helping local communities make it even better by delivering the projects, jobs and programs they need.
Backing every Maryborough child to have a chance19/05/2021
The Victorian Government is helping every child in Maryborough to have the best start in life with new support for a program that helps children grow up safe, healthy and confident.
Modern makeover for Maryborough Railway Station19/05/2021
The revitalisation of the railway station will provide spaces for community members and small businesses, and stands to be a significant driver of jobs growth in the region.
Food and fibre manufacturing boost for the Latrobe Valley17/05/2021
This $10 million project will boost vital manufacturing capacity and act as a catalyst for wider economic development and jobs growth.
Funding boost to complete Romsey Ecotherapy Park17/05/2021
Romsey locals will soon be able to enjoy a completed multipurpose nature park thanks to a third round of funding from the Victorian Government.
Tourism boost for historic Bellarine Railway15/05/2021
Bellarine Peninsula’s historic railway will be given a facelift to encourage more visitors to the region, with new investment from the Victorian Government.
Upgrade for historic Fyansford paper mill precinct14/05/2021
The upgrade will further strengthen Fyansford as a thriving arts, events, food and wine destination.
Support for Bannockburn to unlock industrial potential14/05/2021
The development of Bannockburn South West Industrial Estate will support the town’s ongoing economic prosperity, and we are delighted to invest in this important project.
Park, pedestrian boost in Wonthaggi town-centre project13/05/2021
The redevelopment of Wonthaggi’s town centre will be a major boost for this town, making a daily difference to the lives of locals and ensuring visitors will want to return again and again.
New projects boosting tourism in the Macedon Ranges11/05/2021
The Macedon Ranges will be an even better place for locals and visitors to enjoy thanks to a new investment by the Government to help the region continue to thrive.