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Permanently Protecting Our Iconic Yarra River

The Victorian Government is ensuring our iconic Yarra River remains protected from inappropriate development by introducing permanent planning controls to protect the river’s banks and improve water quality.

Camping And Caravan Boost As Restrictions Ease

Camping and caravan holiday hotspots and other recreational facilities across the state are set to be revitalised just as coronavirus restrictions begin to ease and regional Victoria prepares to open up to visitors.

New Scheme To Restore Our Fire Affected Biodiversity

The Victorian Government is continuing to support the recovery of the state’s devastated bushland and biodiversity with a new grants program to help fund rehabilitation works following the summer’s unprecedented bushfires.

Managing Country Together With Traditional Owners

The Victorian Government has announced a major funding boost to improve management of Victoria’s parks, reserves and natural resources, working in partnership with Traditional Owners.

Protecting Victoria’s Unique Coastline

The Victorian Government is protecting the future of our state’s precious coastline with more than $11 million for maintenance and erosion management projects.

New Parks To Green Our Growing Suburbs

More than 20 new pocket parks and off-leash dog parks will be created in built-up suburbs, giving families across Melbourne more green, open space to enjoy.

MORE JOBS AND A NEW SCHOOL IN WOLLERT

The Victorian Government will fix old buildings, deliver extra classrooms and build ten brand new schools in a state-wide construction blitz that will create thousands of jobs across the state and kickstart Victoria’s economy.

Working For Victoria And Backing Fire-Hit Regions

Dozens of people left jobless by the coronavirus pandemic will be recruited to work in bushfire recovery efforts, helping Victorians affected by two very different types of emergencies.

MORE LOCALS IN MILL PARK GET BACK TO WORK

Local people who have lost work due to the coronavirus pandemic will have the chance to win new jobs in the campaign to help slow the spread of the virus and support the community, under the Andrews Labor Government’s Working for Victoria initiative.