Regional Development Victoria news
Growing cycle tourism in the North East22/03/2021
Cyclists will soon have even more of a reason to visit North East Victoria with several exciting cycle tourism projects receiving funding through the Victorian Government’s Ride High Country Fund.
Bacchus Marsh employment precinct powers ahead22/03/2021
With a state-of-the-art gas connection, Parwan can become an innovative, export-oriented hub for agriculture and agribusinesses, and attract businesses that will provide hundreds of jobs for local people.
Gippsland Centre of the National Institute for Forestry Products Innovation funding available19/03/2021
New funding for research and development can play a key role in shaping the future of the timber industry across Victoria, boosting sustainability, jobs and economic benefits.
Gourmet food win for Loddon Mallee producers16/03/2021
From olive oil to wine to chocolate, Loddon Mallee’s small food and beverage producers are set to benefit via a grant to promote new food markets via online Geelong company, The Food Purveyor.
Life's a beach for Cohuna locals and visitors11/03/2021
Locals and visitors to the town of Cohuna in northern Victoria will have a more vibrant and accessible CBD and waterfront to enjoy, thanks to support from the Victorian Government.
New Regional Partnership committee members appointed01/03/2021
New business and community members have been appointed to Victoria’s nine Regional Partnerships, giving rural and regional communities a direct voice into the heart of the Victorian Government.
More jobs for rural and regional Victoria24/02/2021
The Victorian Government is delivering on its commitment to support regional businesses and communities to recover and thrive, with new funding ready to help companies grow jobs and attract investment
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.