All the latest news and initiatives from the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.
Disaster-prone Queensland regions will benefit from new road and bridge upgrades, and improvements to council flood warning services, through new funding from the Australian Government.
Parts of Bundaberg East, Bundaberg South and the city’s CBD will be better protected from future flooding after the Australian and Queensland Governments agreed to build a 1.7km concrete levee parallel to the southern bank of the Burnett River.
Carpentaria Shire Council will receive more than $22 million to repair the vital Mitchell River Crossing along Dunbar Koolatah Road
The project is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments through the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).
A new $5 million package to help pay for community recovery costs and resilience initiatives, as well as ramp up mental health support, is now available for Queenslanders impacted by recent disaster events in the state’s flood-affected north-west.
A support package of up to $12 million is now available for primary producers, small businesses and not-for-profits in the hardest hit flood-affected communities across northern and western Queensland.