How retailers in regional Victoria are compensating for decreasing foot traffic

Brooke Street in Inglewood. Supplied: Zellar.
Regional retailers are not immune to the current challenges the wider industry is facing – local traders in the Victorian town of Inglewood are also having to adapt to the cost-of-living and cost-of-trading crisis. Inglewood’s Brooke Street is home to local shop fronts that have weathered not only the current economic storm but also physical storms and flooding.  The Eucalyptus Distillery Museum, The Fat Butcher and antique store Fusspot were spotlighted in Welcome To Inglewood, a short

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