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Supporting our tourism sector
Never before will Ballarat’s ‘visiting friends and relatives travel market’ be more relevant than when Victoria comes out of restrictions. That’s when our local residents will be encouraged to extend a lifeline to our tourism attractions in a show of solidarity and support.
Unwin Winery moves to Ballarat
The decision by Michael Unwin to relocate his cellar door and establish a new vineyard at Cardigan is a coup for Ballarat, adding to the list of local attractions and a projected $2 million economic benefit for the region.
Message from the CEO
Ballarat is known as a creative and innovative city. Those attributes have come to the fore during the COVID-19 pandemic with our business and tourism sectors finding ways to reinvent themselves and finding new ways to deliver their products and services.
Lake Wendouree has been a community destination for the more than 150 years. Located in central Ballarat next to the Ballarat Botanical Gardens and near Victoria Park, Lake Wendouree offers a wide range of attractions and recreational activities both on and off the water. Facilities include the six-kilometre Steve Moneghetti running and walking track, cycling trails, playgrounds and excellent picnic and BBQ facilities. The lake offers oppor...
While you're at home - there's still plenty to enjoy!
We know these are tough times, but there’s lots you can still enjoy from the comfort of your home.
The Eureka Centre is located at the historic site of 1854 Eureka Stockade rebellion and is home to one of Australia’s most revered cultural artefacts – the Eureka Flag.
An appetite for local producers
Ballarat is home to an increasing number and range of food producers who are sustaining us with their home-grown produce. Whether they are selling at the farm gate, to local cafes and restaurants or at markets in non-pandemic times, our local producers are continuing to nourish us and our local food industry.