Resilience funding

The Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) administers disaster resilience funding on behalf of the State of Queensland. 

Further information about each funding round can be found using the links below.

Current resilience programs

Flooded house
The Resilient Homes Fund was developed following the 2021–22 disaster season and applies to directly flood-affected residential properties. Funding will be used to repair, retrofit, raise or buy-back eligible properties.
Washed out landscape with tree
QRRRF helps communities, mitigate and manage the risks associated with natural disasters.
NQ Floods
NQNDMP aims to help councils in North and Far North Queensland reduce their disaster risk and assist in reducing the growth of insurance costs for residents, businesses and the community
Flooded streets in Gympie following South East Queensland floods, 2022
$1 million capped grant allocations to assist councils that have been severely impacted by eligible extraordinary disaster events in 2021-22.
Get Ready Queensland logo
The program provides a total of $2 million in Queensland Government funding statewide to help all local governments improve the resilience of their communities
QRRRF 20-21
Find out about the 80+ projects approved statewide for a total of more than $19 million in the 2020-21 QRRRF program.
Find out about the 67 projects approved statewide for a total of more than $22.7 million in the 2019-20 QRRRF program.

Previous resilience programs