A program to help commercial landlords manage their rental properties during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding is available to support ACT wine grape producers who have suffered crop damage due to smoke taint as a result of the 2019-20 bushfires.
Funding is available to support non-employing sole traders operating out of commercial premises or locations to help their transition to COVID Normal.
Queensland Government is extending the Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program. Applications are no longer being accepted for south east Queensland businesses. Applications remain open for regional Queensland businesses.
Funding is available to help businesses in their disaster recovery efforts.
Funding is available to help businesses to develop and expand industries and create job opportunities.
Funding is available to help businesses adapt their operations to outdoor dining.
Funding is available to help primary producers, SMEs and not-for-profits to recover from the 2019-2020 bushfire events.
A rebate of up to $1200 is available to help wine growers with the cost of testing for smoke taint in grapes.
Funding is available to help businesses that are commercialising new research or innovative ideas, products or services.