Our timeline includes details on all announcements related to bushfire relief and recovery by Australian and State/Territory Governments. By including stand-alone and joint announcements, you can see a comprehensive picture of all help delivered by both levels of government.
NSW Government announces that it has met the initial 2800 cleared properties by 30 June 2020 target.
Social Services Minsiter Anne Ruston announces $3.5 million to increase access to financial counselling services to deliver ongoing support to bushfire-affected communities.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces $86 million package supporting the forestry industry, wine producers and apple growers
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro announces expansion of program providing temporary housing to bushfire affected families.
NSW Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole announces the completion of a $64 million recovery effort restoring bushfire affected roads and transport networks across the state.
NSW Government announces that bushfire support has reached $2.3 billion in funding and that 2500 destroyed properties across the state had been cleared.
SA Premier Steven Marshall announces $33 million to build a desalination plant on Kangaroo Island.
NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott announces an additional $45 million to support hazard reduction and fleet upgrades to prepare for the next bushfire season.
SA Health and Wellbeing Minister Stephen Wade announces a $2.61 million mental health and wellbeing package to be rolled out to residents of bushfire-affected areas in South Australia.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and QLD Minister for Communities, Disability Services, and Seniors Coralee O'Rourke announce $4.1 million in grants for community recovery and resilience projects.