Regional Development Victoria news
A Cultural Feast: the iconic Golden Dragon Museum’s new restaurant 23/06/2022
Visitors to Bendigo’s Golden Dragon Museum will soon be welcomed by a fantastic new restaurant called Hawker at the Museum
New community hub to connect Trentham locals22/06/2022
Trentham’s historic mechanics institute is set to be transformed into a brand-new community hub that will help bring more locals together for big and small events, thanks to support from the Victorian Government.
Mildura leading the way in medicinal cannabis industry17/06/2022
The Government is supporting one of Victoria’s largest cultivation facilities to produce its first batch of medicinal cannabis, with the site expected to create hundreds of jobs.
Backing more jobs in Gippsland17/06/2022
The Victorian Government is supporting workers in a range of industries across Gippsland, with three new projects set to create 60 jobs in the region.
Works start on world class Omeo mountain bike trails17/06/2022
The Victorian Government is transforming a Gippsland alpine town into an international mountain bike destination, with the development of 121 kilometres of mountain bike trails in Omeo.
Patience pays off at Romsey Ecotherapy Park 08/04/2022
After 14 years of advocacy from community members like Jenny Stillman, the Romsey Ecotherapy Park is due to open mid-year.
Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre - building a bright future for the visitor economy28/01/2022
The Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCEC) promises to be a game changer for tourism and the regional economy.
Community pride at the heart of Australia’s biggest regional arts centre24/01/2022
The Geelong Arts Centre Little Malop Street Redevelopment will not only build Australia’s largest regional arts centre. It will also build a place of cultural significance for the local community.
Budj Bim Cultural Landscape: Growing tourism at the world heritage site in our own backyard 05/01/2022
Budj Bim Cultural Landscape is one of just 20 UNESCO’s World Heritage sites across Australia - and the only landmark in regional Victoria. It’s also the only site to be listed for its Indigenous cultural values.