Read about the key projects that are supporting economic recovery and building a stronger Victoria, in line with each region’s priorities and strengths.
The Ballarat Regional Tennis Centre is catering to the next generation of tennis stars, with a $1 million funding boost, for lighting and court upgrades.
Arden Street Redevelopment is an enhancement for North Melbourne Football Club, adding advanced facilities that will help grow women’s football.
Travellers, it’s time to add another destination to your bucket list, with works underway on a new campground at stunning Point Nepean National Park.
The State Basketball Centre redevelopment will take the game to new heights for elite and community players across Victoria.
The Fishermans Bend Innovation Precinct is set to earn Melbourne a place alongside some of the world’s most successful innovation precincts.
Ongoing works at Bacchus Marsh Racecourse Recreation Reserve will expand the exciting new sporting precinct for the community.
The $8 million redevelopment of Casey Fields is designed to boost women’s participation in sport, while using art to celebrate the journey so far.
Whitten Oval, the spiritual home of the Western Bulldogs Football Club for more than 130 years, is set to be transformed into the west’s newest community and sporting precinct.
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.
The near $1 billion Melbourne Park Redevelopment is a gamechanger, with impressive new facilities cementing the reputation of Victoria’s sporting and entertainment precinct as one of the world’s finest.
Budj Bim is a world-class cultural and historical site in the heart of regional Victoria and soon-to-be-completed tourism infrastructure upgrades will create an iconic regional tourism attraction.
The Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCEC) precinct will revitalise the city centre, create jobs and stimulate the local economy for decades to come.