Campaspe Shire Council plans to develop an arts and culture space within Echuca's Port Precinct.
The council has released a draft of Echuca Creative Art Space Master Plan, with short, medium and long term projects outlined.
Potential projects in the plan total about $3 million and include upgrades to the Foundry Art Space, fencing and landscaping, art workshops, refurbishment of the Old Brothel and Murray Hotel and upgrades to Little Hopwood Street.
Campaspe Shire mayor Adrian Weston said the plan was closely tied to the overall Port Precinct Plan vision and linked with the key objective to create an arts and culture, events and entertainment hub.
"The Art Space Plan builds on the rich history of the precinct and its buildings and aims to reinvent them as a cultural hub for all to enjoy and interact with," Cr Weston said.
"The area is designed for everyone to create and view art, host events and street markets, provide retail outlets and be place that celebrates history, creativity, connectivity and our diverse community."
The draft plan has been prepared following community input from March to May last year.
A drop-in session to discuss the plan will be held at the Foundry Art Space in Murray Esplanade on Thursday, April 4 from 3pm.
Comments close on Friday, April 12, with more details available on council's website.
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