2021-22 Rainfall and Flooding

Three significant events occurred across the 2021-22 Rainfall and Flooding season:

A range of assistance has been activated through the joint State and Commonwealth Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) to address the immediate and long-term impacts from the events.

Grant funding

Personal hardship grants have been activated for individuals in impacted regions. 

Extraordinary disaster assistance grants have been made available to flood-affected primary producers, small businesses, not-for-profit organisations following the three events. Grants have also been made available to sporting and community clubs impacted by the South East Queensland Rainfall and Flooding.

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Links to support available to individuals
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Links to support for primary producers
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Links to support for small businesses, not-for-profits and sporting and community clubs

Exceptional circumstances package

Resilient Residential Recovery
The package comprises the $741 million Resilient Residential Recovery program, to support those people whose houses have been severely impacted, $721 million to fund initiatives that will assist recovery across the five recovery domains; human and social, economic, environment, building and roads and transport and a $30 million Clean-up program available to councils and state agencies to cover extraordinary clean-up costs not eligible under the DRFA.