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Southern Queensland Severe Weather: 20-31 March 2021

Southern Queensland Severe Weather: 20-31 March 2021

​​​​​​​​​​​D​isaster Recovery Funding Arrangements

The joint Australian, state and territory governments' Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) provide a range of financial assistance to the natural disaster-declared areas in each state or territory.

For the storm which impacted parts of southern Queensland between 20 and 31 March 2021, the available assistance measures include:​

  • counter disaster operations in the ten (10) local government areas of:
    • Balonne
    • Gold Coast
    • Goondiwindi​
    • Lockyer Valley
    • Logan
    • Moreton Bay
    • Paroo
    • Quilpie
    • Scenic Rim
    • Southern Downs
  • restoration of damaged essential public assets in the ten (10) local government areas of:
    • Balonne
    • Barcoo
    • Gold Coast
    • Goondiwindi
    • Lockyer Valley
    • Logan
    • Paroo
    • Quilpie
    • Scenic Rim
    • Southern Downs
  • Disaster assistance (primary producers) loans, disaster assistance (working capital loans) scheme for primary producers and freight subsidies for primary producers in the local government areas of Goondiwindi.

For information on available recovery assistance, visit the Queensland Reconstruction Authority website.

For further information on recovery arrangements, visit the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements page.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will replace passports that have been lost or damaged in declared natural disasters free of charge, visit the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.​​​


Yes

The above assistance may be available in the following local government area(s)