Great South Coast Regional Partnership News
Budget 2020/21 delivers for the Great South Coast25/11/2020
The Budget is investing in initiatives that support recovery in the Great South Coast region, including $384 million to redevelop the Warrnambool Base Hospital - delivering a new emergency department, operating theatre and beds.
New support for Victorian communities to stay connected17/07/2020
Making sure that our communities get the support they need through to the other side of this pandemic.
Regional Partnership virtual roundtables15/05/2020
Our Regional Partnerships are hosting virtual roundtables to hear directly from community and business leaders across regional Victoria.
New ways of supporting the community and keeping us feeling connected05/04/2020
Tonight, through the Delivered, Live Streaming Festival people across the state will be able to enjoy a night of live streaming music and comedy in the comfort of their home.
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.
Helping regional businesses operate in a digital economy 17/02/2020
Online workshops in regional Victoria to provide small businesses with practical actions and tips on how to make the most of the digital economy and reduce cybersecurity risks
Budget 2019/20 delivers for Great South Coast as Partnership outlines strategic focus28/05/2019
The Budget includes funding for public transport, country roads, tourism infrastructure and TAFE facilities, and provides health facility upgrades while supporting jobs
Maturing Regional Partnerships 20/05/2019
Foreword by the Minister for Regional Development Jaclyn Symes
Reflections from the Acting Chair, David Pope – May 201920/05/2019
The Great South Coast Regional Partnership Acting Chair reflects on the past 12 months
Student hubs on the cards in the Great South Coast 20/05/2019
Studying a university or other tertiary course remotely online in South West Victoria might soon become a lot less isolated and more manageable