The Australian Government’s Horticultural Netting Program trial is designed to assist horticulturalists to develop resilience and adapt to Australia’s ever-changing climate.
Through the program, horticulturalists in NSW could apply for a grant of up to 50% of eligible costs to purchase and install new protective netting over established horticulture crops, to a maximum of $100,000.
This program has received an overwhelming amount of interest and has now closed to new applications.
Please register your interest to receive a notification from the RAA should any future rounds of funding be announced.
To complete your registration of interest, click here.
The Horticultural Netting Program Trial is available to horticulture growers in NSW. Horticulture growers can apply for a grant of up to 50% of the cost to purchase and install new or upgrade existing protective netting, to a maximum grant amount of $100,000.
Download the Horticultural Netting Program Trial program guidelines (PDF, 503.16 KB) for full details of eligibility criteria and eligible activities.
It is recommended that you await the outcome of your application before submitting invoices. Once your application has been assessed an assessment officer will advise you of the process with your upfront payment and how to verify this later when you need to claim more funds.
You will need:
If you are unsure about program and application details and requirements, please refer to the frequently asked questions for more information as your queries may be covered in this information.
To read the Frequently Asked Questions for the Horticultural Netting Program Trial please click here.
If you are still unsure, please contact the RAA on 1800 678 593 or via email at email@example.com