New School and Cycle Paths For Kororoit

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24 April 2024

The Allan Labor Government is investing in a suite of new infrastructure projects in Kororoit to ensure more families have access to essential services close to home.  

Kororoit will benefit from more than $27 million worth of projects funded through the Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution (GAIC) fund – supporting Victorian families in our fastest growing suburbs.

Projects in Kororoit include:

  • $15 million for a new government school in Aintree North
  • $11 million for a new shared user path along Hopkins Road
  • $1.3 million for active transport connections along Taylors Road

The Labor Government is investing a total of $400 million into 37 infrastructure projects across Cardinia, Casey, Hume, Melton, Mitchell, Whittlesea and Wyndham local government areas through the GAIC fund.

These projects complement the more than $685 million worth of initiatives already delivered across Melbourne’s growth areas through the GAIC fund – including ambulance sites, parks, schools and public transport.

The GAIC fund is a one-off contribution payable by landowners developing land that has been zoned for urban use and development in the Cardinia, Casey, Hume, Melton, Mitchell, Whittlesea and Wyndham local government areas.

The fund supports the Labor Government’s landmark Housing Statement by delivering key transport, health, community and education infrastructure to ensure communities in growing suburbs have access to the services they need, close to where they live.   

For more information on the GAIC fund, visit

Quote attributable to Premier Jacinta Allan

We know more Victorians want to live close to transport, schools and essential services – and this investment will deliver exactly the kind of infrastructure Victorian families need in our fastest growing suburbs.”

Quote attributable to Member for Kororoit Luba Grigorovitch

“We’re building new schools and more cycling and walking paths to ensure our growing communities can access jobs, schools and services they deserve.”