Emergency Response in Primary Industries Grant
Bushfire-affected primary producers in South Australia can now access a grant to help with the recovery process and getting back to business.
The recovery grant can be used to help with the cost of:
- clean-up activities
- reinstatement activities
- emergency measures to assist with immediate recovery of primary production enterprises.
Grants available for primary producers
The Australian Government has Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA). It provides financial help in the form of grants to states and territories.
Eligible primary producers can now access grants of up to $75,000. Applicants who have previously applied for a grant may apply for additional amounts up to the maximum $75,000.
Before you apply
Before you start your application, please read the grant guidelines () to know the latest information.
Applications are open to primary producers in local government areas of:
- Adelaide Hills
- Kangaroo Island
- Murray Bridge
- Mount Barker
- Mid Murray
- Southern Mallee
- Yorke Peninsula.
Applying for a recovery grant
Download and complete the Bushfire recovery grant application form ().
Applications must be submitted together with all supporting documentation by 31 July 2020.
Submit your application via 1 of the following ways:
Bushfire Recovery Grant
PIRSA – Rural Solutions SA
GPO Box 1671
Adelaide SA 5001
Postmark cannot be later than 5.00pm (ACST) 31 July 2020.
Visiting a PIRSA office
Level 14, 25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
155 Main North Road, Clare
1801 Bookpurnong Road, Loxton
Bremer Road, Murray Bridge
Shop 7, The Mall
56 Dauncey Street, Kingscote
Parndana Bushfire Recovery Centre
Community Health Centre
12 Jubilee Avenue
571 Research Road, Nuriootpa
7–9 Krummel Street, Mount Gambier
74 Struan House Road, Struan
Lobethal Recovery Centre
Fabrik Arts & Heritage Building
1 Lobethal Road, Lobethal
The South Australian Financing Authority is administering concessional loans of up to $500,000.
South Australian primary producers, small businesses and non-profit organisations affected by the recent South Australian bushfires may apply.
Visit business.sa.gov.au for the eligibility criteria and application form.