Members in New South Wales and Queensland that have been directly impacted by the recent floods may be eligible for financial assistance to assist with the cost of clean-up and the reinstatement of their business
Small businesses and not-for-profit organisations may be eligible for a grant of up to $50,000. Register your interest to be notified when more information becomes available.Register your interest
Businesses in local government areas declared as disaster areas may be eligible for concessional loans from the NSW Government.Apply now
If the recent floods have impacted your business, we can help you with information on clean-up options, mental health support and more.Support and resources
If you're a retail or other commercial premises tenant, property agent or owner and unsure who is responsible for repairs caused by storm damage, check the terms of your lease agreement to understand repair obligations.
If the property owner and tenant are in dispute and cannot resolve their differences, contact the NSW Small Business Commissioner to discuss options for mediation.
To assist you in communicating about flood recovery and all available support, the NSW Department of Customer Service has developed a stakeholder communications toolkit with tailorable newsletter copy, social tiles, a printable flyer and translated multicultural community content.
Grants of up to $25,000 are available for affected Small Businesses following Central Southern Western Qld Rainfall and Flooding to hire or purchase equipment and materials, clean up, remove debris, replace fencing and other costs associated with the recovery process. Businesses should take photographs of the direct damage to accompany their application.
Applicants need to show they are an eligible Small Business, within the declared disaster area and demonstrate they have suffered direct impact from the disaster.Find out more