Regional Development Victoria news
Linking Yanha Gurtji - completion of RiverConnect route three ‘The Flats’01/02/2021
The area known as ‘The Flats’ – a floodplain between Shepparton and Mooroopna – is a significant site among the Yorta Yorta people.
Interview with Bruce Hammond – Chairperson of Lakes Entrance Fishermen’s Limited29/01/2021
Bullock Island in the Gippsland Lakes may be well-known for its rich maritime history, but a new development is set to transform the area for tourists keen to explore the waterways and dine on the local produce.
Sound check: Anglesea Memorial Hall upgrades28/01/2021
Anglesea Memorial Hall is undergoing a revamp that will transform the current live-music, community, and events space into a more modern and technically advanced performance venue.
Morwell Innovation Centre opens doors to Alinta Energy14/01/2021
Alinta Energy has chosen Morwell Innovation Centre in Gippsland as the new home for their onshore customer operations hub.
Works start on Portland’s foreshore redevelopment11/01/2021
Works have started on the transformation of Portland’s foreshore into a more vibrant and accessible space for locals and tourists to enjoy.
Important Budj Bim works begin across five sites11/01/2021
Works have started across the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, as part of the Government’s support for the Gunditjmara Traditional Owners to protect and develop the land so more Victorians can celebrate its history and cultural significance.
Streetscape works commence in Mount Alexander Shire24/12/2020
Residents and visitors to Mount Alexander Shire will see the small towns of Campbells Creek, Taradale and Elphinstone revitalised over the next two years.
Aussie Pride Produce – glasshouse expansion23/12/2020
Rows and rows of tiny hydroponic lettuces germinated under LED lighting that emits a purple haze better suited to a dancefloor than a custom-built glasshouse facility.
Traditional owners name public space at Ballarat GovHub 22/12/2020
The Victorian Government’s Ballarat GovHub is the region’s first building to officially recognise one of its most important Traditional Owners, naming a key part of the project after esteemed Wadawurrung Ancestor, Catobeen.
Omeo Mountain Bike Destination – opening of pump and skills track21/12/2020
The Omeo Mountain Bike Destination project has reached its first practical milestone with the completion of a Pump Track and Skills Course opening just in time for the summer school holidays.