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Partnerships

The National Bushfire Recovery Agency collaborates with all levels of government, industry experts, business and charity sectors.

Strong consultation and collaboration with key stakeholders and impacted communities is critical to successful and enduring recovery from the 2019-20 bushfires.

The National Bushfire Recovery Agency regularly engages with key stakeholders to integrate recovery and rebuilding activities. We work directly with communities, listening to locals and enabling local solutions to local issues. For information on community visits we have conducted to date, see Community Visits.

Stakeholder engagement

The National Bushfire Recovery Agency has established a number of bushfire recovery forums to:

  • consult with communities, understand their needs and communicate back to government; and
  • coordinate effort across governments, businesses, and not-for-profits to harmonise recovery and rebuild activities.

An animated picture of tree with three branches labelled as peak bodies, state and federal coordinators and national charities

The Peak Bodies Bushfire Recovery Forum connects advocacy groups, trade associations, and industry groups to enable coordinated recovery efforts. Participants include representatives from business, health services, indigenous groups, and environmental, agriculture, infrastructure, housing and transport industries.

The State and Federal Coordinators Bushfire Recovery Forum coordinates and optimises recovery efforts between state, territory and federal recovery agencies.

The National Charities Bushfire Recovery Forum connects not-for-profits to collectively deliver relief and recovery efforts to bushfire affected communities.

For more information about the Agency's stakeholder engagement, please contact us.