We have put together a list of 2022-23 Government Grants for Businesses currently available that may assist in business growth, new purchases or the upskilling/increase of your workforce. These government grants cover a variety of industries and have individual application requirements in order to qualify for each grant.
This program provides funding to privately-owned caravan parks to help them undertake infrastructure upgrades.
Recipients will receive matched funding of between $10,000 to $100,000 if they are a privately-owned caravan park.
Funding may be used for new infrastructure and/or assets, or upgrades to existing infrastructure and/or assets.
To be eligible, caravan-parks must be privately owned and:
The Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant provides wine and cider producers with an annual grant for their eligible rebatable domestic cellar door sales. The grant provides funding to wine producers who add value by encouraging visitors to wine regions via their cellar door operations. Eligible wine producers can access an annual grant of up to $100,000 (GST exclusive) for their eligible rebatable domestic cellar door sales.
To be eligible, you must:
The Rural Economic Development Grants provide organisations with funding of up to $200,000 for projects that generate economic and employment opportunities related to primary production in Queensland.
Rural Economic Development Grants provide funding to organisations and businesses to carry out projects which generate economic and employment opportunities related to primary production across rural and remote Queensland.
This program provides funding of up to $75,000 to primary producers impacted by south-east QLD rainfall and flooding, 22 February to 5 April 2022.
The maximum grant amount is $75,000 and is available through 2 applications:
The program aims to help Western Sydney tourism businesses improve their digital skills and online presence, build their digital marketing channels and ultimately help grow their business. This program aims to assist 200 Western Sydney tourism businesses, including accommodation, tours and attractions, to digitally transform their marketing.
Participants will receive:
To be eligible, applicants must:
The New South Wales government is offering up to $1,000 towards the cost of workplace heath & safety items. If you are a small business owner in NSW, this $1,000 rebate will help you purchase safety items to improve work health and safety for you and your workers.
This program provides funding for projects that are partnerships between industry, businesses and tertiary education and research institutions to attract investment, sustainable jobs and growth opportunities within the ACT knowledge economy.
Funding is available for proposals can demonstrate outcomes including:
To be eligible, projects must:
This program provides funding from $50,000 to $300,000 to ACT businesses and ventures to support new business models and innovation to solve clean energy challenges and accelerate the uptake of clean energy initiatives. Grant funding is available to help businesses develop and commercialise innovative renewable energy and clean technology solutions.
This program aims to:
To be eligible, lead organisations must:
Generation, transport or green hydrogen products must be based entirely on renewable resources.
Subsidised training is available to upskill electricians and electrical engineers to design and install solar PV and battery systems in Victoria. Participants can complete wholly subsidised units for PV system design and installation, alongside design and installation of battery systems.
To be eligible, applicants must be a Victorian resident with one or more of the following:
Eligible electrical apprentices can also undertake this training.
This program provides emergency support grants for businesses directly affected by the Victorian flood events that commenced in October 2022.
Funding is available as a one-off grant to cover immediate expenses incurred from direct flood damage, including for:
To be eligible, businesses must;
This program provides funding grants of up to $50,000 to small to medium size Victorian manufacturers to help them access business services, advice, or expertise in order to participate in low carbon and renewable energy supply chains. Funding is available to support undertakings such as technology adoption, the commercialisation or late-stage research and development of products for local and global supply chains in response to emerging market opportunities in the transition to a low carbon economy.
Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible for assistance under the program:
The ZEVET program provides funding to organisations developing pre-commercial electric vehicle (EV) charging technologies to achieve full commercialisation. ZEVET will support projects that deliver the following outcomes:
This program provides funding up to $20,000 to Kimberley and Pilbara pastoral enterprises to help them adopt technologies or innovations to grow their business. Funding can be used for adoption of proven, regionally relevant R&D, technologies and innovation that support improving:
Reimbursement grants of up to $25,000 are available to help WA primary producers directly impacted by Tropical Cyclone Seroja cover cyclone-related clean-up and reinstatement costs for their business.
To be eligible, the applicant must:
Payroll tax relief measure for TAS businesses in the tourism, hospitality and ancillary sectors. This program provides payroll tax relief measures to eligible Tasmanian employers in the tourism, hospitality and ancillary sectors. Employers who are eligible for the payroll tax waiver will be automatically eligible for a grant from 1 January 2021 to 30 June 2021. The grant amount is calculated by multiplying the total payroll tax waiver for the September quarter 2021 by a factor of 2.5.
An employer must meet the following eligibility criteria to qualify for the waiver of payroll tax for wages paid or payable to eligible employees between 1 July 2021 and 31 December 2021:
The Tasmanian Employer Bonus Fund provides funding to businesses to help them with the costs of taking on new employees. Funding over 6 months is available to businesses that take on an eligible job-seeker.
To be eligible, an employer must:
Eligibility criteria also apply to employees.
The Agricultural Development Fund provides public or private sector organisations with funding of up to $500,000 to undertake innovative agriculture projects that promote sustainable growth in the industry.
Preference will be given to projects that:
Applicants must demonstrate how the project will deliver farm-level impacts that benefit Tasmanian farmers and contribute to sustainable growth and jobs in agriculture. Tasmanian public or private sector are eligible to apply, provided that the project addresses a genuine need identified by Tasmanian industry and involves demonstrable collaboration with industry partners.
To discuss how these grants may assist you and your business, contact us here.
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