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Buy Regional

Buy Regional is a campaign encouraging people to consider buying from regional businesses in bushfire impacted communities. If you'd like your business to be promoted on their website, email buyregional@dpc.nsw.gov.au.

Community events grant

One-off grants of $10,000 (excl. GST) are available through Destination NSW’s 2020 Micro Event Fund. The grants are for community-based events in regional NSW areas impacted by bushfire activity or drought conditions.

To be eligible, events must have a total expenditure budget of approximately $75,000 (excl. GST) or less, and be held between 1 May and 31 December 2020.

To check full eligibility criteria and to apply, visit Destination NSW.

Destination NSW 

If you operate a tourism business such as a bar, café or restaurant, you can register it on the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse website. Once you've registered, a listing will be created and made available to over 250 tourism websites.

Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants


The Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants program is providing $10 million to support events, concerts, festivals and visitor attractions in fire-affected regions. The aim of the program is to help with recovery efforts and encourage international and domestic visitors to come back to the regions.

The program has 2 funding streams. Stream 1 supports smaller-scale events and stream 2 supports larger events and/or other visitor attractions such as art installations and tourist walks.

The grants are available for eligible local government organisations and regional tourism organisations in bushfire affected areas.

Applicants will be invited to apply by Austrade.

For more information visit Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants