Business Costs Assistance Program and Licensed Hospitality Venue Fund Extended. View more here
Victoria to reach 80% first dose 28 Sept : Roadmap of changes here
VTIC delivers 4-Point Survival Plan to support the state’s visitor economy – Read more here
Our Mental Health & Wellbeing Consultant, Dannii Hose, has prepared some great resources that can support you during this lockdown. View them here.
The Holiday Here This Year campaign encourages Australians to support tourism operators and communities around the country by booking and planning a domestic holiday. View more below.
Visit Victoria’s new drive campaign, Stay close, go further is designed to help rebuild Victoria’s visitor economy by promoting visitation and expenditure within the state.
It highlights the creativity, culture and beauty of Melbourne and regional Victoria through its people and connects to the notion of ‘staying close’ (travelling within our great state of Victoria), and the opportunities it affords us, to ‘go further’ (to discover the unexplored or experience something new). View more below.
Click for Vic encourages Victorians to get behind the tourism industry by buying local products online. The campaign aims to connect consumers with Victorian businesses offering at-home, virtual or delivered to your door experiences and to help keep businesses operating during this unprecedented time in our history.
Click for Vic aims to showcase the best of Melbourne and Victoria on the Visit Victoria website, where consumers can gain inspiration to shop online from a wide range of Victorian producers. The Visit Victoria website links consumers to buy direct from businesses or through our partner eCommerce platforms, including Providoor, Co-lab Pantry, and Victorian Country Market.
Read more about these campaigns through the links below.