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This information is current as at 25 November 2019.

See also: Disaster Recover Grants

Drought

Transport

Farm Business Skills

Grant Features

Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate

Emergency Drought Relief Transport Subsidy

Natural Disaster

Animal Welfare

Donated Fodder

Pre-Approval & Reimbursement

Course Provider

Purpose

Rebate of 25% of costs incurred from 1st July 2018 for;

  • New purchases,
  • installation of pipes
  • Water storages and water pumps
  • De-silting dams, and
  • Associated power supplies.

From 1st July, subsidy up to 50% of the full cost of freight up to a maximum/km/journey (see Guidelines).

Transport of:

  • Stock to/from agistment
  • Stock to sale/slaughter
  • Transport of fodder
  • Transport of stock and domestic (household) drinking water.
  • From 1st July also includes transport of farm chemicals, fertiliser and seed to farms.

Available to farmers affected by a declared natural disaster event.

Transport of:

  • Stock to/from agistment
  • Stock to sale/slaughter
  • Transport of fodder
  • Transport of water.

Available where:

  • Animals are at significant risk
  • There is little or no feed and/or   water available, including both pasture and stored fodder
  • Animals leave the farming enterprise   permanently and
  • The business demonstrates a   significant financial need.

Available for transporting donated fodder organised by community groups to a central location for distribution to properties affected by drought and other emergencies.

Available to provide access to vocational and skills training in the following categories:

  • Risk management
  • Financial management
  • Business management
  • Succession planning.

Education and service providers can apply to be listed as a pre-approved course on the RAA website

Maximum amount available

$25,000 per farm business

$40,000 per farm business

$15,000 per financial year

$20,000 per financial year.

Limited with $500,000 available in each financial year

Limited with $500,000 available in each financial year

$5000 for the first individual. Additional $1000 available per person for a maximum of four people for a total maximum of $9000 per farm business

Assessed on case by case basis

Availability

Opened: 14th January 2019

Closes: 30 June 2021 or when funding is exhausted

Opened: 1 July 2019

Closes: 30th June 2020

Available in the event of a declared natural disaster

Always available

Always available

Opened: 2nd November 2015

Closes: 30th June 2020

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NSW RAA Grants & Subsidies

Disaster Recovery Grants

Northern NSW Bushfires

from 31 August 2019

Northern NSW Storm

20 December

Grant Features

Primary Producers

Small Business

Not-for-Profit Organisations

Primary Producers

Purpose

Available to eligible primary producers to contribute towards the costs of:

  • clean-up, removal of debris and   disposal of dead livestock;
  • repair or replacement (purchase   or hire/lease) of damaged assets such as farm buildings and essential plant   and equipment (excluding housing).
  • salvaging crops, health   maintenance of livestock and poultry; and
  • fencing, pasture restoration,   and infrastructure (including access and internal roads).

Available to eligible small businesses to contribute towards the costs of:

  • clean-up and removal of debris,   including hire of equipment, disposal costs and labour and material costs   above normal wage and material expenditure;
  • restoration of damaged assets   and stock including safety inspections, essential repairs, purchase, hire or   lease or equipment and stock essential to the immediate resumption of   trading; and
  • relocation to and leasing of,   temporary premises when immediate re-opening of damaged premises is not   possible.

Available to eligible non-profit organisations (NPOs) to contribute towards the costs of clean up, removal of debris and/or restoring essential facilities, equipment or other assets that have been damaged or destroyed by the disaster.

Available to eligible primary producers to contribute towards the costs of:

  • clean-up, removal of debris and   disposal of dead livestock;
  • repair or replacement (purchase   or hire/lease) of damaged assets such as farm buildings and essential plant   and equipment (excluding housing).
  • salvaging crops, health   maintenance of livestock and poultry; and
  • fencing, pasture restoration,   and infrastructure (including access and internal roads).

Maximum amount available

$15,000 per eligible farm business.

$15,000 per eligible small business.

$15,000 per eligible not-for-profit organisation.

$15,000 per eligible farm business.

Availability

Available in the event of a declared natural disaster.

 

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https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/grants/disaster-recovery-grants