Regional Development Victoria news
Working with regional communities to shape the future21/05/2020
Regional and rural communities are best placed to tell us how we can help stimulate their economies, bring visitors back to the region and strengthen local communities
Backing Mount Buffalo tourism and jobs – year round19/05/2020
The Victorian Government is investing in the future of Mount Buffalo as a 12-months-a-year tourism destination through support for new “eco pod” accommodation.
Working for Victoria helping the bushfire recovery18/05/2020
Dozens of people left jobless by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be recruited to work in bushfire recovery efforts, helping Victorians affected by two very different types of emergencies.
Virtual Country Market to showcase regional Victoria16/05/2020
The Recharge Festival and Victorian Country Market is a celebration of Victoria’s regions and showcases the best of what they have to offer
Regional Partnership virtual roundtables15/05/2020
Our Regional Partnerships are hosting virtual roundtables to hear directly from community and business leaders across regional Victoria.
Delivering projects and creating jobs In regional Victoria13/05/2020
The Victorian Government is continuing to back community projects in regional Victoria that create jobs and make our regions even better places to live and work.
Bendigo heritage attractions set for major expansion10/05/2020
Bendigo Heritage Attractions is the leading provider of tram restoration services in the country, and a huge contributor to the economy and tourism in central Victoria.
Construction at Geelong's waterfront progresses09/05/2020
Geelong’s waterfront has been a flurry of construction activity of late.
Delivering a smile from regional Victoria21/04/2020
Innovation, resilience and community spirit cooked up by a Victorian high country chocolaterie and delivered to Melbourne kids isolating over Easter.
Skilling up Victorians to get through coronavirus (COVID-19)17/04/2020
Victorians will continue to get the skills they need to get a job and help us through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with emergency funding from the Victorian Government to support the state’s TAFE and training system with student numbers expected to drop.