More than 200 young people in Ocean Grove have helped design anti-graffiti murals to tackle graffiti vandalism at Shell Road sporting precinct as part of a project funded by the Andrews Labor Government.
Sporting clubs in Bellarine, will receive a share in more than $370,000 in funding as part of the latest round of health promotion foundation VicHealth’s Active Club Grants, an initiative to encourage more Victorians to get physically active.
The connection between Aboriginal people in Geelong and water will be further recognised following the announcement today of the first round of recipients of a new program funded by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Bellarine is the latest beneficiary of Heritage Victoria’s Living Heritage Program, receiving $500,000 of government funding for the repair of the historic Queenscliff Pier, Jetty and Lifeboat Shed.
The Andrews Government is kicking in an additional $200,000 to ensure the Queenscliff Sport and Recreation Precinct redevelopment project includes first class game day facilities for local netballers.
The Andrews Labor Government is funding a major extension of the Clifton Springs fishing platform to help more keen anglers cast a line on the Bellarine Peninsula.
The Andrews Labor Government is a step closer to delivering the Drysdale Bypass, securing an early works agreement to pave the way for major construction to commence in September. Premier Daniel Andrews and Member for Bellarine Lisa Neville visited the site of the new bypass..
The Bellarine Peninsula Basketball Association is one of 23 community sporting organisations across the state set to benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Change Our Game Community Activation Grants.
The community is invited to share their thoughts on ways to improve safety on Portarlington-Queenscliff Road at a drop-in session next week.
Volunteer firefighters at St Leonards Fire Brigade will benefit from an $800,000 funding commitment in the 2018-19 Victorian Budget.
Locals now have the chance to pitch their ideas for community projects and to vote for them, under the State Government’s new $30 million “Pick My Project” fund.