Recovery information for Queenslanders
Queensland Government's disaster recovery website is a central source of information for Queenslanders recovering from disaster. It includes information about financial assistance, support, the Self Recovery app, how you can help, locations for Community Recovery hubs, health and wellbeing, cleaning up, housing help, volunteering, insurance and replacing lost or destroyed documents. (external link)
Recovery Connect is the Australian Government website that brings together services and supports from charities, organisations and government directly to you. This assistance helps people prepare for and recover from disasters and major natural events. (external link)
Get Ready Queensland has a list of all council disaster dashboards for up-to-date information on everything you need to know including evacuation centre openings and locations, river heights, road conditions and closures, power and phone outages.
Helpful information and support for small businesses and primary producers recovering after a natural disaster. (external link)
Resources to prevent, prepare, respond, recover and communicate so you can get back to business sooner when disaster hits. (external link)
The Queensland Government's Self Recovery App has been launched to provide access to vital information about disasters and emergencies in Queensland. The app features vital tips for preparing for disasters and cleaning up after them, including: insurance information; personal and family support; business support; how to volunteer; how to donate goods and services how to make a financial contribution.To download the Self Recovery App, visit the Apple or Android stores. (external link)