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The NSW Government small business support grant supported the ongoing operations of small businesses highly impacted by the NSW public health order of 30 March 2020. Eligible businesses could receive a grant of up to $10,000.

This table represents the distribution of payments under this program. This grant opened on 1 June 2020 and closed on 30 June 2020.

Data is current as at 18 January 2022.

Local government area Number of recipients Total amount paid
Albury 289 $2,833,208
Armidale Regional 144 $1,438,520
Ballina 253 $2,484,338
Balranald 7 $67,085
Bathurst Regional 176 $1,749,015
Bayside 1,076 $10,674,094
Bega Valley 314 $3,112,927
Bellingen 80 $790,496
Berrigan 48 $470,000
Blacktown 1,263 $12,553,406
Bland 27 $270,000
Blayney 28 $277,000
Blue Mountains 522 $5,160,699
Bogan 10 $99,998
Bourke 14 $140,000
Broken Hill 69 $689,993
Burwood 398 $3,953,607
Byron 654 $6,444,835
Cabonne 85 $835,786
Camden 548 $5,417,308
Campbelltown 574 $5,710,763
Canada Bay 756 $7,479,175
Canterbury-Bankstown 2,254 $22,366,546
Carrathool 9 $90,000
Central Coast 1,723 $17,048,169
Cessnock 309 $3,039,819
Clarence Valley 263 $2,620,051
Cobar 14 $139,998
Coffs Harbour 432 $4,257,281
Coolamon 14 $140,000
Coonamble 16 $160,000
Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional 44 $440,000
Cowra 46 $458,000
Cumberland 1,302 $12,898,504
Dubbo Regional 272 $2,696,086
Dungog 26 $259,999
Edward River 50 $497,500
Eurobodalla 307 $3,043,397
Fairfield 1,069 $10,577,272
Federation 62 $617,800
Forbes 34 $339,999
Georges River 940 $9,278,060
Gilgandra 20 $200,000
Glen Innes Severn 34 $333,000
Goulburn Mulwaree 114 $1,129,000
Greater Hume Shire 30 $299,999
Griffith 104 $1,032,999
Gunnedah 47 $466,000
Gwydir 19 $190,000
Hawkesbury 438 $4,352,054
Hay 18 $180,000
Hilltops 69 $685,360
Hornsby 853 $8,415,933
Hunters Hill 103 $1,007,639
Inner West 1,786 $17,677,778
Inverell 72 $718,240
Junee 10 $94,500
Kempsey 134 $1,334,260
Kiama 158 $1,542,277
Ku-Ring-Gai 686 $6,772,775
Kyogle 24 $235,000
Lachlan 29 $283,376
Lake Macquarie 840 $8,318,314
Lane Cove 260 $2,573,450
Leeton 26 $260,000
Lismore 215 $2,115,378
Lithgow 89 $873,492
Liverpool 1,059 $10,531,525
Liverpool Plains 18 $176,500
Lockhart 11 $110,000
Maitland 310 $3,054,835
Mid-Coast 380 $3,771,255
Mid-Western Regional 160 $1,591,500
Moree Plains 62 $611,534
Mosman 279 $2,747,539
Murray River 75 $750,000
Murrumbidgee 12 $120,000
Muswellbrook 52 $520,000
Nambucca Valley 75 $739,200
Narrabri 58 $565,000
Narrandera 15 $150,000
Narromine 24 $240,000
Newcastle 1,016 $10,022,958
North Sydney 1,090 $10,758,032
Northern Beaches 2,293 $22,638,483
Oberon 19 $190,000
Orange 196 $1,946,131
Parkes 68 $678,107
Parramatta 1,792 $17,784,134
Penrith 843 $8,338,750
Port Macquarie-Hastings 552 $5,441,412
Port Stephens 339 $3,378,127
Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional 156 $1,536,792
Randwick 865 $8,531,808
Richmond Valley 66 $659,000
Ryde 980 $9,711,819
Shellharbour 245 $2,424,155
Shoalhaven 760 $7,553,425
Singleton 111 $1,094,997
Snowy Monaro Regional 246 $2,440,815
Snowy Valleys 66 $660,000
Strathfield 336 $3,338,635
Sutherland Shire 1,488 $14,680,729
Sydney 6,487 $64,392,850
Tamworth Regional 303 $3,007,789
Temora 27 $270,000
Tenterfield 51 $507,760
The Hills Shire 1,454 $14,410,397
Tweed 443 $4,364,314
Unincorporated 42 $416,000
Unincorporated NSW 10 $100,000
Upper Hunter Shire 66 $657,993
Upper Lachlan Shire 40 $394,055
Uralla 16 $160,000
Wagga Wagga 281 $2,763,588
Walcha 12 $120,000
Walgett 47 $470,000
Warren 16 $160,000
Warrumbungle Shire 40 $398,363
Waverley 908 $8,947,236
Weddin 10 $100,000
Wentworth 15 $149,987
Willoughby 1,013 $10,045,602
Wingecarribee 450 $4,477,517
Wollondilly 215 $2,141,750
Wollongong 1,017 $9,983,409
Woollahra 735 $7,301,561
Yass Valley 77 $764,030

Grouped data

To protect the privacy of recipients, a small number of grants and payments have been de-identified and grouped. This includes businesses operating in NSW with a head office located interstate.

Category Number of recipients Total amount paid
De-identified LGAs 17 $163,240

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