Regional Development Victoria news
Streets ahead at Port Campbell24/10/2023
Locals and visitors will soon be enjoying a revitalised town centre in Port Campbell with works starting on a major makeover.
Gippsland logistics precinct moving ahead 20/10/2023
The Victorian Government is progressing development of the Gippsland Logistics Precinct, with a $10 million commitment to the Morwell project.
Stay longer in western Victoria and see the silo art trail13/10/2023
Wimmera Southern Mallee visitors will be able to stay longer and tour the region’s stunning silo art trail, with new accommodation ready for overnight guests thanks to support from the Victorian Government.
Spirits soar as new distillery opens at Ballarat Goods Shed12/10/2023
Visitors from near and far can now wet their whistles with whisky, gin and vodka at Ballarat’s biggest distillery, Itinerant Spirits.
Forrest mountain bike trails set new benchmark12/10/2023
Mountain bike riders of every age and skill level will be flocking to the Otways.
New play and activity spaces for Alexandra02/10/2023
Locals and visitors to Alexandra can now enjoy a modern state-of-the-art play space, linking and expanding the town’s parks with a new pump track.
Gippsland vegetable farm feeds future jobs growth02/10/2023
A small vegetable-growing business is sprouting new roots in East Gippsland, with support for a new fresh food warehouse that will create jobs and help grow the region’s food and fibre sector.
Spreading the story of Vegemite in Beaufort25/09/2023
Visitors can learn about the history of Australia’s iconic Vegemite with a new museum in the Pyrenees dedicated to its inventor Cyril Callister now open.
Benalla foreshore welcomes new visitor centre 25/09/2023
More locals and visitors can learn about north east Victoria’s history while enjoying Benalla’s lakeside, with support for a revamped museum space complementing the upgraded Benalla foreshore.
Trail park in Bacchus Marsh one step closer18/09/2023
Visitors of all abilities can now enjoy the sweeping landscapes of the Moorabool Valley, with an accessible trail now complete in Bacchus Marsh.