Grants and Funding

​​​​​Summary of closing dates for funding/grants

​2021 Natural Disaster - Primary Producer Receover Grants

​These recovery measures aim to assist those in demonstrated need with the costs of clean-up and reinstatement of infrastructure for primary producers that have suffered damage as a direct result of the Central Tasmanian Floods from October 2021 and November​ 2021 and the Southern Tasmanian Storm in December 2021.
Applications are now open through SmartyGrants and close on 30 November 2022

Primary Producer Safety Rebate Scheme 

​The Primary Producer Safety Rebate Scheme of $2 million is available from 1 October 2021.
The rebate scheme targets the most common hazards that cause death and injury in the a​griculture sector, such as vehicle incidents involving quad bikes and tractors, manual handling, and being hit by animals.
Rebates of up to $5,000 are available for eligible items that address these top hazards.​​

Carbon Farming Advice Rebate Pilot Program

The Carbon Farming Advice Pilot Rebate Program provides primary producers with rebates of up to $10,000 for advice sought about the costs and benefits of accessing carbon credits, auditing requirements, and on-ground actions that are eligible for carbon credits.
​Wine Export Grants

​Wine Export Grants are offered for specific wine export promotion and market research activities aimed at supporting small and medium wine businesses to secure new distribution channels in export markets.  Closes 2 May 2022.*

*or when funding allocation is exhausted, whichever occurs first.
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