Tourism and Events Information for Victoria’s tourism industry

Investment tools and templates

Explore and request a range of investment tools and templates to help your plan your project, tackle grant agreements, create evaluation plans and more.

Please email the Tourism Infrastructure Facilitation team at for assistance using or completing the tools listed.

Project Plan Template

Potential grant applicants can use this document to:

  • define the purpose, objectives, and scope of their project
  • define the stages and outputs (deliverables) of each stage
  • name the people and resources required to deliver the project outputs
  • allocate costs against project activities or outputs
  • specify the timeframe for the delivery of each stage
  • identify the uncertainty in the project and how it'll be managed
  • identify the stakeholders in the project and how they'll be engaged
  • identify scheduling or communications dependencies with other projects.

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Grant Agreement

This template is used by the department to develop Grant Agreements. Funding agreements vary from program to program.

Evaluation Plan

An evaluation report must be provided after the completion of each project and must:

  • evaluate the impact of the completed project against each of the outcomes and the extent to which they have been achieved
  • identify any other impacts as a result of the project.

Capital works signage guidelines

Capital works signs are used to provide information about major public works to the Victorian community. Information contained on the signs include details of government funding, start and completion dates, and an outline of the project benefits.

A sign must be erected for all new budget-sector capital works with government funding of $250,000 or greater. Exemptions can only be granted by the relevant departmental Senior Communication Executive.

These guidelines have been developed to:

  • ensure that the Victorian public is appropriately informed about the purpose, costs and benefits of new government funded budget-sector capital works projects
  • provide direction on project signage
  • ensure consistent design and structure of capital works signs.
Page last updated: 30 Aug 2023
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