Ricky Baldwin is using sport to help change the lives of young Aboriginal athletes.
From paddock to botanic garden
Residents in the small town of Girgarre devoted a decade to turning an empty paddock into a world-class botanic garden, which opened this month.
The Pasifika community: firmly planted in Melbourne’s west
A strong Pasifika presence in Tarneit is bringing together community through a vibrant community garden and cultural festivals.
Unique accommodation experiences in Victoria
When it comes to making the most out of your stay in Victoria, tourist attractions, events and festivals are just the beginning.
Honouring the strong Ukrainian community in Noble Park
A ‘Peace and Harmony’ road mural in Noble Park is giving the local Ukrainian community a renewed sense of national identity and unity.
What to see and do over the Easter holidays
The Easter holidays are fast approaching and there’s plenty to see and do across Victoria to keep everyone entertained.
Epic showcase of local creativity in Melbourne Now
Melbourne Now at the NGV puts Victorian creativity on show in a spectacular free exhibition that celebrates the work of more than 200 of the state’s m
Meet Leah Heiss: Chair, Victorian Premier’s Design Awards
Leah Heiss is no stranger to the Victorian Premier’s Design Awards (VPDA), as both a long-time judge and dual VPDA award recipient.
Mad March continues with a packed calendar of events
Throughout March, the state is bursting with a packed calendar of events. Here’s our list of some of the best things to do and see this month.
Travel back in time in Melbourne Museum’s new garden
Giant prehistoric kangaroos and rare dinosaurs that once roamed Victoria feature in Melbourne Museum’s newest attraction, the Gandel Gondwana Garden.
Mad March in Melbourne and beyond
Victoria comes alive in March, as the state is bursting with a packed calendar of events.
Regional Victoria showcasing equity on International Women’s Day
We’re showcasing equity this International Women’s Day through our investment in inclusive spaces. See how it’s giving a voice to Victorians.
Connection to Country: Traditional Owner experiences in Victoria
There are so many First Peoples led tourism experiences for visitors to explore in Victoria, here's a guide to some highlights.
Wetland sculptures share stories and spirit of Yorta Yorta Nation
The Yorta Yorta people were the original inhabitants of the Winton Wetlands, now their living culture is being retold in a series of sculptures.
Victorian summer events guide
With summer in full swing there is no shortage of must-see events across Victoria.
Charlton’s charming art deco Rex Theatre reopens
The beloved 1930s picture theatre has reopened with a new backstage so it can play host to so much more than movies.
Clunes in the good books
Located halfway between Ballarat and Maryborough, Clunes’ Town Hall is continuing to make a positive impact on the town’s community spirit.
Lauriston Hall better than ever
The Lauriston Hall has been serving the local community for almost 100 years with recent upgrades providing more ways to connect.