Australian Open 2019 has attracted record crowds to the newly upgraded Melbourne Park to see the world’s best tennis players hit the court at the world’s best tennis venue.
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula joined Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley to open the year’s first tennis Grand Slam, with better facilities for spectators and players alike.
Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Trade Martin Pakula today visited Marand to meet workers manufacturing critical components for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, which will take to the skies at this year’s Australian International Airshow.
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula today joined Cricket Australia Chairman Earl Eddings in Yarra Park to open the Indian Summer Festival ahead of the Australia vs India Boxing Day Test.
The Andrews Government has announced that Melbourne will house the national headquarters of the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) – Australia’s peak representative body for the tech sector.
Victoria will host Australasia’s biggest harness racing event tonight at Tabcorp Park in Melton thanks to support from the Andrews Government.
Women and children escaping family violence and Victorians with mental illness are among those who will benefit from the Andrews Government’s funding boost for organisations providing legal assistance and programs.
The Andrews Government is ensuring Flemington Racecourse remains one of the world’s best racecourses with upgrades to the horse stalls and parade ring.
Noble Park Primary School will soon have new flag poles, thanks to the Andrews Government.
The Andrews Government has signed an agreement formally recognising the Taungurung people as the traditional owners of a large area of central Victoria.
The Andrews Government will review Victoria’s committal system to help reduce victims’ trauma, ensure rights to a fair trial and improve the efficiency of the criminal justice system.
The Andrews Government is investing in the future of harness racing in the Yarra Valley as part of a major boost for Yarra Valley Racing.
The Andrews Government is building new infrastructure and creating hundreds of new jobs at the Cranbourne Training Complex and Pakenham Racing Clubs as part of a major boost for racing in Victoria.
The Andrews Government is upgrading the Ballarat & District Trotting Club as part of a major boost for harness racing in the region.
The Andrews Government is upgrading the Ballarat Greyhound Racing Club with 10 new air conditioning units to provide heating and cooling throughout the club.
The Andrews Government is upgrading the Burrumbeet Park & Windermere Racing Club and helping welcome thousands of racegoers to the track on New Year’s Day 2019.
The Andrews Government is investing in a new synthetic race track at Ballarat’s Dowling Forest Racecourse to ensure Ballarat remains one of Victoria’s premier racing and training venues.
The Andrews Government is helping celebrate one of the world’s most prestigious greyhound racing events during the Melbourne Cup Carnival.