There are a number of grant and funding programs available for tourism businesses from the federal and state governments and in some cases from local councils.
Grant are available to tourism operators looking to expand their business, for research and development and for innovation and exporting.
The following websites offer information on grants and funding to assist tourism developments at a State and Commonwealth level.
Grants and other funding programs are available from the federal, state and territory governments and in some cases from local councils. Generally there are no grants available for starting a business. However, there are grants and other assistance available for business activities such as expanding your business, research and development, innovation and exporting.
The objective of the ClimateConnect program is to assist local communities, households and individuals to work together to find climate change solutions.
Events Tasmania provides grants to private business, clubs, associations and community groups.Two grant catagories are available - New Event Ideas and Small Event Projects.
The FRRR works to strengthen the economic and social strength of Australias regional, rural and remote communities through partnerships with the private and public sectors. The grants program offers support to small rural Australian communities.
This website will help source funding available under a variety of Commonwealth Grant programs for individuals, businesses and communities to help you to develop solutions to local and national problems, fund ideas and initiatives or provide assistance in times of hardship.
W: Grants link
This provides access to the current list of the department programs available.
Regional Development Australia (RDA) replaces the national network of Area Consultative Committees (ACCs).
This fund provides grants to community organisations that make a difference by enhancing well-being and improving social, environmental and economic outcomes for the Tasmanian Community. The Board conducts both general and targeted programs.