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Share Your Ideas On Shrine To Sea Boulevard

Victorians are being asked to have their say on the $13 million Shrine to Sea project – a boulevard connecting Domain Gardens to Port Phillip Bay while celebrating the city’s historic landmarks and local legends.

Funding Boost Supports Bushfire Affected Biodiversity

The Victorian Government is continuing to support the recovery of the state’s bushland and biodiversity following last summer’s unprecedented bushfires, with a major cash boost for local projects.

Airlift Operation To Bring Forest Back To Life After Bushfire

The Victorian Government is undertaking the largest forest restoration effort in the state’s history with a $7.7 million operation that airlifted tonnes of eucalypt seeds into areas of forest devastated by last summer’s fires.

Reconnecting With Nature Through Online Festival

The Victoria Nature Festival is going online these school holidays to encourage people to continue to reconnect with nature as the pandemic heightens appreciation for open green space and local wildlife.

Boost In EPA Resources To Tackle Waste Crime

In the largest recruitment of specialists in the Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA’s) history, more than 70 officers will join the new Waste Crime Prevention Inspectorate to reduce waste crime.

Delivering The Diamond Creek Trail Extension

Residents of Melbourne’s north eastern suburbs can look forward to enjoying extended cycling and walking trails thanks to $5 million from the Victorian Government that will create local jobs and boost the economy.

BUILDING BETTER, SAFER SCHOOLS IN SOUTH MORANG

The Victorian Government will deliver vital maintenance and safety works at over 400 schools to support jobs and local businesses through the coronavirus pandemic and improve facilities for students and staff across Victoria.

MAJOR INVESTMENTS FOR WHITTLESEA

Five vital new community projects in Whittlesea – including a new centre for older people’s services, upgrades to playgrounds and outdoor spaces, to Mill Park library and an energy efficiency program – will receive more than $2.45 million from the Andrews Labor Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund, now approved by Local Government Minister Shaun Leane.

Community Groups Share Coastcare Grant Funds

Volunteers and community groups that help protect and rehabilitate the state’s precious coastline have received almost half a million dollars in funding from the Victorian Government to continue their important work.

Pooch Lovers Set To Lap Up New Dog Parks

The Victorian Government will create 17 new dog parks across the state to give families more green, open space and create jobs as Victoria rebuilds from the economic impacts of coronavirus.

New Help For Victorians With Their Energy Bills

The Victorian Government is rolling out a team of financial counsellors and community workers in partnership with community organisations to give targeted advice and support to Victorians who need help with their energy bills.