- Car / Vehicle Safety Campaign
- Drug Driving
- Drink Driving campaign
- Speed Campaign
- Motorcycle safety
- Enforcement campaign
- Young drivers
- Grants and partnerships
Community Road Safety Grants
- Identifying Road Safety Problems and issues in a local area
- Developing Your Application
- Applying for Funding
- What Projects Will be Funded?
- Application Form and Closing Dates
- Selection Criteria
- Evaluating Your Road Safety Project
- Reporting Your Progress
- Novice Driver Programs
- Case Study
- Approved Projects
- Update Newsletter
- Pedestrian safety
- 20 Year Campaign
- Talk the Toll Down
- The Safe System
The Vanessa program was conceived in 2006 a way of delivering road safety messages to young people at high risk events such as music festivals.
Since humble beginnings, attending only a handful of events, the program has continued to grow year on year both in size and scope. Vanessa is now a two-storey road safety education/entertainment machine.
She’s a mobile cinema, a chill out spot, a photo booth, a blood alcohol tester, and a big sis to thousands of festival goers across the state. And to top it all off, Vanessa is the captain of her very own fleet with Mini-V (5-star Mercedes Vito), and Vanessa Bute (5-star Ford ranger) joining the ranks.
This is the Vanessa’s eighth year on the road, and (together with her trusty fleet) she engages over one million young Victorians at music festivals and other events annually. Her online reach also continues to grow with a loyal Vanessa Facebook/Instagram fan base of 15,000 and counting.
Visit Vanessa’s Facebook for yourself, and check out the event calendar to see where you can find her next.