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 Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes announces reduction of red tape in the form of koala habitat surveys surrounding land clearing and rebuilding for bushfire-affected homeowners.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and SA Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham announce a $4.9 million boost to help with additional clean-up work, a feral pig eradication program on Kangaroo Island, and the work of the Local Recovery Coordinators and their Community Development Officers.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and QLD Treasurer and Minister for Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick announce the re-opening of Binna Burra road marking a key bushfire recovery milestone for the community.
VIC Minister for Police and Emergency Services Lisa Neville announces the release of Bushfire Recovery Victoria’s Eastern Victoria Fires 2019-20 State Recovery Plan.
SA Primary Industries and Regional Development Minister David Basham announces $20 million in support delivered to bushfire-affected primary producers in South Australia.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and QLD Treasurer and Minister responsible for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Cameron Dick announce $36.8 million Local Economic Recovery Fund investment to support the state’s most heavily bushfire-impacted communities.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and Tas Minister for Primary Industries and Water Guy Barnett announce new grants supporting bushfire-affected primary producers in parts of Tasmania.
SA Human Services Minister Michelle Lensink announces 22 projects to receive share of $820,000 in donations to the SA Bushfire Appeal: 10 on Kangaroo Island and 12 in Cudlee Creek.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and VIC Minister for Police and Emergency Services Lisa Neville announce further support for bushfire-affected primary producers and small businesses in across the state.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and SA Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham announce expanded eligibility for the $75,000 disaster recovery grant and extended time for small business support.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud and NSW Minister for Agriculture and Western NSW Adam Marshall announce additional support for primary producers and small businesses located in bushfire-affected communities across the state.
SA Environment and Water Minister David Speirs announces almost $450,000 in community donations for 20 Wildlife Recovery Fund recipients to help wildlife and native flora recover from the bushfires.