Regional Development Victoria news
Support to safeguard agriculture sector and workers02/04/2020
Supporting workers who have lost their jobs while helping to ensure the state’s vital agriculture sector has the workforce it needs to survive the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Closure of public facing Office receptions 30/03/2020
Regional Development Victoria is continuing to serve the community but you may need to contact us in different ways.
New meeting hall in Garvoc gets green light24/03/2020
A $400,000 grant from the state government’s Regional Infrastructure Fund has been approved to erect a modern hall in the small Western District town, replacing the current 160-year-old hall that has seen better days.
Economic survival package to support businesses and jobs21/03/2020
Facelift planned for Timboon’s town centre 20/03/2020
A spruce up for the streets of Timboon, located near the Twelve Apostles and famous for its organic dairy, ice creamery, berry farm, brewery, whisky distillery and 40-kilometre bike trail, has been locked in.
Forrest Mountain Bike Trail on track with funding boost13/03/2020
Mountain bike enthusiasts will soon have new tracks and trails in Forrest thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government that will rejuvenate existing tracks and establish new world-class tracks.
Rebuilding Mallacoota’s abalone plant after the bushfires13/03/2020
Work is underway to rebuild – and improve – Mallacoota’s iconic abalone processing plant, which was destroyed by bushfires in January.
Great South Coast Digital Plan launched 12/03/2020
The Great South Coast Partnership has today launched its Digital Plan – a detailed analysis and assessment of the digital infrastructure and services across the region.
New community play space for the Inverleigh Community11/03/2020
Children and families around Inverleigh are enjoying a new multi-age community play space in an ideal spot right in the heart of town.
State Control Centre activated to oversee COVID-19 response11/03/2020
The State Control Centre (SCC) has been activated to oversee and coordinate Victoria’s response to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), as another Victorian tests positive for the virus.