Flood disaster recovery small business grant
Small businesses and not-for-profit organisations directly impacted by the NSW storms and floods from 10 March 2021 onwards may be eligible for a flood disaster recovery grant of up to $50,000.
The small business or not-for-profit organisation must be in a defined disaster area to be eligible.
The grant is to help pay for the costs of clean-up and reinstatement of a small business or not-for-profit organisation’s operations.
Applications will open mid-April.
For more information and to stay up to date on when applications open, see Flood disaster recovery small business grant.
Disaster recovery grant for primary producers
A disaster recovery grant of up to $75,000 is available to eligible primary producers in local government areas affected by the NSW storms and floods that occurred from 10 March 2021. For more information and to apply, visit the NSW Rural Assistance Authority.
Disaster relief loans
- Primary producers – may be eligible for urgent loans at a concessional interest rate and transport subsidies for the carriage of livestock, fodder and supplements for dairy cattle.
- Small businesses – urgent loans are available at a concessional interest rate to eligible small businesses.
- Not-for-profit organisations – loan assistance is available to churches and voluntary not-for-profit organisations for the restoration of essential facilities.
- Sporting clubs – a grant or a concessional fixed rate loan is available for sporting and recreation clubs and associations for clean-up, removal of debris and/or restoring essential facilities.
The Australian Government’s SME Recovery Loan Scheme will be available to flood-affected businesses from April 1.
The SME Recovery Loan Scheme was designed to help businesses that were on JobKeeper during the March quarter and has been extended to flood-affected businesses.
For further information, view the media release.