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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.
The Tobacco Act 1987 has changed to have stricter controls on tobacco display, advertising and sales, as well as the places where people can smoke.
One-stop shop for Ballarat families
Ballarat’s Girrabanya Integrated Children’s Centre has almost doubled in capacity following a major renovation and expansion.
A fresh vision for the Eureka Centre
It’s the site of Australia’s most famous rebellion and the home of the flag under which it was fought.
Ballarat gears up for the Road Nats
The most prestigious national event on the Australian cycling calendar returns to Ballarat and Buninyong this summer with the Federation University Road National Championships from 8 to 12 January.
Almost 15 years ago, the Brown Hill Progress Association rallied to save the Brown Hill Pool from closure. Today, the dedicated community group continues to manage this outdoor City of Ballarat aquatic facility to ensure the community can get together to make a splash each summer.
Field Air's big vision
In April 1963, armed with a big vision, the late Ray Mackay chose carefully when he started his agricultural aerial spraying and spreading company at Ballarat Airport.
The new kids on the block
Ballarat has welcomed a new wave of foodies with 1816 Bakehouse, Lola, Griffin Burger, and Pancho among the many additions. Alongside tried and tested restaurants like Moon and Mountain, Mr Jones and Underbar, our choice for dining out has never been more appetising.
Tucked away in Mitchell Park’s industrial area is a perfect example of the circular economy in action.