34 projects have been announced so far to receive Round 2 RDAF funding.
The Minister for Regional Australia, Local Government and the Arts, the Hon Simon Crean, has announced projects in Queensland to be funded from Round Two.
- Tasmania – Two projects will receive $1.7 million in RDAF funding and have a total project value of $20 million.
- Victoria – Nine projects will receive $38.8 million in RDAF funding and have a total project value of $168.2 million.
- New South Wales – 15 projects will receive $66.6 million in RDAF funding and have a total project value of $243.2 million.
- Queensland – Eight projects will receive $33.6 million in RDAF funding and have a total project value of $134 million.
|Queensland||Week commencing 4 June|
|New South Wales||Week commencing 4 June|
|Tasmania||Week commencing 11 June|
|Victoria||Week commencing 25 June|
|South Australia||Week commencing 2 July|
|Northern Territory||Early July|
|Western Australia||Early July|
Round Two will provide up to $200 million for projects that address the identified priorities of Regional Development Australia committees and have a strong regional impact.
Regional Development Australia committees played a key role in Round Two by considering Expressions of Interest from across their region and selecting up to three priority projects to proceed to full application. Details of projects selected to proceed to full application are listed in the Resources Section (below).
Round Two is now closed. Decisions on successful projects will be available here shortly. The Department will advise all applicants of the outcome of their application. Detailed feedback will also be offered to all applicants.
The Department is seeking feedback from Regional Development Australia committees, local government, not-for-profit organisations, members of the community and other stakeholders on key aspects of Round Two. Feedback will be used to enhance and improve arrangements for Round Three. If you would like to provide feedback on Round Two, please complete the questionnaire