Grants of up to $9,400 have been made available to support people in the Break O’Day Council area whose homes have been damaged or destroyed by the Fingal bushfires.
DPIPWE bushfire information and resources for primary producers about bushfire preparation and recovery.
RiskReady aims to improve community resilience to natural hazards. It will improve your understanding of natural hazard risks to your property.
Bushfire Survival Plan: To survive the next bushfire you need to make a plan.
The Fuel Break Guidelines seek to introduce a consistent and science-based approach to the design, construction and maintenance of fuel breaks in the urban-rural interface zone, where there is a life and property protection imperative.
The Tasmanian Government has announced a number of drought measures to assist Tasmanian agriculture.
Members of the public are invited to an information evening to discuss and ask questions about changes to the management of anterless fallow deer and other deer and game-related management issues in Tasmania.