Melburnians might perhaps not want to review last year given that they were forced to spend a lot of time – nearly a third of the year – indoors. Regular social events had to be knocked on the head and meetings were held virtually.
In August, the Port of Melbourne announced the Webb Dock East Extension, a project to deliver benefits for the port-related supply chain, and a project that is part of a 30 year strategy to ensure that the port can meet the needs of Victorians. Other infrastructure investment is underway too.
“It has been a fascinating year with its many challenges, and it is with sincere hope as we enter 2022 that life as we
know it returns to normality,” says Victoria State Committee Chairman, Charles Masters.