​The King and Flinders Islands Farm Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme has been announced. This Scheme incorporates a one off rebate up to $15,000 for on farm water infrastructure and/or repairs and an additional $2,500 rebate to primary producers who can provide evidence of an existing drought risk management plan or completed Farm Business Resilience Plan.​

Funding applications for the Strategic Industry Partnership Program - 2024 Round is now open.

​The Sheep and Goat eID requirements explained.

Administered by Department of State Growth, grants of up to $5,000 will be available to Tasmanian livestock producers who can demonstrate hardship as a result of unseasonable dry conditions.​​
This grant has been extended until Saturday ​11pm, 31 August 2024.

Due to extended dry conditions, the Tasmanian Government will provide relief to King and Flinders Islands Primary Producers, by offering one-off payments of up to $20,000 to eligible primary producers. 
This grant has been extended until Saturday ​11pm,​ 31 August 2024​​.

King and Flinders islands are experiencing unseasonably dry and drought conditions. If you have been affected by the conditions you can access a range of services and support.

Contact information and support ​for ​Tasmanian farmers​ to build farm business resilience and manage​ dry conditions.

The Farm Business Resilience Program​ subsidises learning and development opportunities for farmers, farm managers, and employees.