NSW bushfire clean-up
The NSW Government is coordinating the clean-up of NSW residences and businesses impacted by the NSW bushfires. This includes both insured and uninsured properties.
Apply for a bushfire recovery grant for directly-impacted small businesses
Small businesses and non-profit organisations who have suffered direct damage from the recent bushfires, may be eligible for a bushfire recovery grant.
Business support and resources
Practical assistance such as temporary workspace locations, and face-to-face, over the phone, and online support.
Business support services, and government and commercial bushfire recovery grants and loans.
Business support specialists are available at locations and special events to help you if your business has been impacted by the NSW bushfires.
Natural disasters impact both our physical environment and our mental health and well-being.
Register for the government clean-up, or register to provide goods and/or services to assist in the clean-up.
Free replacement of licences, permits and certificates destroyed or lost during the bushfires.
Government and private support to help deliver projects, activities, events, festivals and visitor attractions in bushfire-impacted regions.
Fee waivers, lodgement and payment deferments, and financial counselling.
Advice and guidance on insurance matters and free legal assistance.
Advice, expertise and assistance for vets, wildlife carers and landholders dealing with injured animals.
Employees and job seekers in bushfire-affected areas may be eligible for certain entitlements if they're unable to work.