Astro tourism, hot springs and revamped streetscapes are between the 20 new initiatives to share in $32.9 million in assistance for regional economic recovery throughout bushfire-influenced regions of Victoria.
Asserting further more Neighborhood Economic Restoration grants now, Australian Minister for Unexpected emergency Management David Littleproud, Victorian Minister for Police and Unexpected emergency Solutions Lisa Neville, and Victorian Minister for Regional Advancement Mary-Anne Thomas congratulated applicants on their project concepts that will assist stimulate financial expansion and develop economic resilience.
“These jobs will provide employment and financial added benefits to these communities that have been so tough hit by the 2019-20 bushfires, and now COVID-19.
“Regionally-driven economic assignments will produce employment, entice visitors and aid our regional Victorian cities thrive into the future – a fantastic stage forward in bushfire restoration,” mentioned Minister Littleproud.
20 assignments were introduced now under the Victorian Government’s Regional financial stimulus and resilience grants – under