The Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) can be activated following a eligible disaster event, to provide funding and support to Queensland communities.
The map below provides information on DRFA Activations for the current financial year.
It includes filters to highlight specific council areas or disaster events, or to see what funding is eligible for who, such as measures available, for councils, individuals, small businesses or primary producers.
To view all activations, including previous financial years, visit the Activated events page.
How to use the Interactive activations map
- The drop-down menus on the left hand side of the map the display can be filtered to highlight specific Activated Disasters, Eligible Recipients and/or Local Government Areas.
- Click on a Local Government Area on the map and a pop-up box will provide information on the current activations and links to relevant available assistance.
- The left and right arrows in the top right corner of the pop-up box can be used to cycle through the different disasters that have affected that area.
Activating the joint State and Australian Governments Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) provides disaster relief and recovery payments and infrastructure restoration to help communities recover from the effects of natural disasters and terrorist acts.
The DRFA can be activated following a eligible disaster event, with damage, loss and personal hardship information provided by state agencies and local governments.
Activation of the DRFA allows for eligible expenditure to be reimbursed by QRA to eligible state agencies and local governments, and for loans or grants to be provided to eligible individuals, not-for-profit organisations, primary producers and small businesses.
To request DRFA activation for a Queensland disaster event, please click here.