BENDIGO Senior Secondary College has received a $10 million boost for upgrades as part of the state budget released on Tuesday.
Funding has also been provided for the development of a Dja Dja Wurrung multipurpose hub in Bendigo, to provide space for business and community use.
Bendigo Senior Secondary College is one of 123 schools across Victoria to receive funding for upgrades.
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The funding is provided to provide high-quality teaching spaces and facilities for school and community use, as well as the operating costs associated with school upgrades.
Bendigo has also received $500,000 for groundwater management, to safeguard urban waterways.
Elsewhere in the region, Castlemaine Goods Shed has received $6 million for a revamp.
The state government also announced $12 million to build a new exhibition space at the Old Kyneton Primary School, and upgrade existing facilities.
State budget funding previously announced for the region includes:
More to come.
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