Federal top up to the Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate ends
The $13 million provided by the federal government for the top up to the Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate (EWIR) has been fully allocated and EWIR applications are no longer eligible for the federal top up. Applications will continue to be eligible to receive the Queensland Government rebate of up to 50 per cent.
To speak with someone about drought assistance, check here for any upcoming drought events including mobile office locations throughout Queensland, or contact us on 13 25 23.
The department is helping primary producers manage their business through a range of drought services, including financial assistance, livestock nutrition and animal welfare information, and business-management strategies.
Declarations and revocations
Drought declared shires in Queensland officially listed by the government as being drought-stricken
Assistance with drought relief for primary producers, application forms, stress management, services and resources.
Software, management and feeding practices during drought
Useful contacts in drought
Drought contacts for Drought Relief Assistance Scheme (DRAS) applications and Individually Droughted Property (IDP) applications
National drought reform – farm business training
National drought reform, Farm business training, Registered training organisations
- Social and community services
- Mobile offices and events
- Publications and resources