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Suburban Revitalisation Funding

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Suburban Revitalisation

The Suburban Revitalisation Program is overseen by the Minister for Suburban Development and supported by the Office for Suburban Development.

Focussed on driving economic and social prosperity in Melbourne's suburbs, the Suburban Revitalisation program includes multiple streams – Suburban Revitalisation Boards, Neighbourhood Activity Centre Renewal Fund and targeted revitalisation investment, including 20-Minute Neighbourhood pilots.

The projects in each Suburban Revitalisation Stream are undertaken in partnership and consultation with local government, businesses, service providers and community.Reclink Australia were a proud recipient of funding as part of this Program, and thank the Victorian State Government for their ongoing support.

For more information on this Program, please click HERE.

Noble Park street games

Noble Park Streetgames

When: Monday to Friday, Jan - June 2022

Where: Various locations around Ross Reserve, Memorial Drive, Noble Park

What:  A program of free, all-abilities sport and recreation activities, including gentle exercise, basketball, fitness/Bootcamp, soccer, AFL and more!

No registration needed!

More info: Reclink South East Metro Vic Facebook Page.

Image above: Lee Tarlamis MP, State Member for South Eastern Metropolitan Region; Mayor Cr Jim Memeti, Mayor of City of Greater Dandenong; Allan Bogut from Al's Skate School; Trish Marson, Sports & Community Liaison Officer from Noble Park Football Club; and the Greater Dandenong Youth Services Young Leaders were all joined by members of the Reclink Australia team at Noble Park Skate Park on Thursday 25th November 2021 to announce funding for the Park as part of the Suburban Revitalisation Program.