Tourism and Events Information for Victoria’s tourism industry

Success stories

We're supporting the development of new tourism projects through several funding programs. These funds make important co-contributions to the delivery of world-class tourism projects and leverage private sector investment and innovation.

The new nature-based playground is part of an improvement project at the gardens and was supported by investment from the Regional Tourism Investment Fund.

All Saints Estate, one of Victoria’s oldest wineries, is being revamped to create an experience to showcase the estate's history, food and wine.

Budj Bim Cultural Landscape is one of just 20 UNESCO World Heritage sites across Australia and the only recognised landmark in regional Victoria.

Already a regional creative hub that supports local artists and engages with the local community, the Central Goldfields Art Gallery in Maryborough is poised to make an even greater contribution to the Loddon Campaspe arts scene.

The newly refurbished Port of Echuca Discovery Centre features a beautiful, new mural that tells the story of how the Murray River was created.

An arts program in Warracknabeal is breathing new life into the courthouse building and creating another reason to explore the Silo Art Trail.

The Wilsons Prom Revitalisation Project will create a 50,000-hectare safe haven and an immersive and sustainable tourism experience.

Page last updated: 21 Feb 2024
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