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North Queensland Restocking, Replanting and On-farm Infrastructure co-contribution Grants of up to $400,000 are available to assist primary producers impacted by the North and Far North Queensland Monsoon Trough.

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What assistance is available?

Co-contribution grants of up to $400,000 are available to eligible primary production enterprises for:

  • restocking lost livestock
  • replanting lost or damaged crops or permanent plantings
  • restoring or replacing lost or damaged on-farm infrastructure.

Applications close 30 June 2022.

Eligibility

To be eligible for this grant you must:

  • make a co-contribution of cash funds to match grant funds requested (your contribution can include funds on hand, funds already spent on restoration, or loans) 
  • work most of your time and earn most of your income from your primary production enterprise, or have the potential to do so
  • demonstrate your primary production enterprise will be financially viable once you have made use of the grant
  • own a primary production enterprise in one of the below defined disaster areas.

Defined disaster areas

  • Burdekin Shire Council 
  • Burke Shire Council 
  • Carpentaria Shire Council 
  • Charters Towers Regional Council 
  • Cloncurry Shire Council 
  • Douglas Shire Council 
  • Etheridge Shire Council 
  • Flinders Shire Council 
  • Hinchinbrook Shire Council 
  • McKinlay Shire Council 
  • Richmond Shire Council 
  • Townsville City Council 
  • Whitsunday Regional Council 
  • Winton Shire Council 

The North Queensland Restocking, Replanting & On-farm Infrastructure Grants are funded by the Australian Government and administered by QRIDA. 

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