Enhancing our cultural precincts and community infrastructure
THE Victorian Government has committed $28 million for the enhancement of cultural precincts and community facilities in Victoria since 2007. The funding is aimed at infrastructure projects that will secure the sustainability and longevity of our community assets for future generations.
Cultural Precincts Enhancement Fund
The Cultural Precincts Enhancement Fund was established in 2007 by the Victorian Government and is administered by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship, in conjunction with the City of Melbourne, community representatives and traders to deliver projects under the fund.more >
Cultural Precincts and Community Infrastructure Fund
The Cultural Precincts and Community Infrastructure Fund aims to support projects that will enable Victoria’s most captivating and exciting precincts to remain sustainable and support the upgrade of existing or the construction of new community facilities.more >
Melbourne's CBD Cultural Precincts Profiles
The Little Bourke, Lonsdale and Lygon Streets Precincts are the cultural hearts of Melbourne’s Chinese, Greek and Italian communities, providing centres for local celebrations and opportunities for tourists to experience the food, culture and history of these communities.more >