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Tasmania Severe Weather Event - October 2022

Recovery supports

On 13-14 October 2022, exceptionally heavy rainfall impacted across North-West and Northern Tasmania, causing severe flooding in some communities.

Floods are traumatic and overwhelming events that can affect everyone in the community, inundating homes, and causing disruption and damage to businesses, farmers, properties, infrastructure and the environment.

If you have been affected by this event, the following information is specifically for you, to assist you and your community in getting back on your feet.

Financial support - Grants available now

There are a number of grants available now to assist you along your road to recovery.

Grant Information Sessions

Community members are invited to attend a ‘drop-in’ information session about grants available to eligible private landowners and not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations affected by flooding and severe weather in October 2022.

No appointments needed. If you’re thinking about applying, come along to find out about the grants, ask any questions and get advice on how to fill out an application.

  • Longford Recreation Ground clubrooms – Smith Street
    • Wednesday 22 March 2023 between 10am and 12pm
  • Mole Creek Memorial Hall – 2 Caveside Road
    • Wednesday 22 March 2023 between 3pm and 5pm
  • Railton Kings Hall – 3 King Street
    • Thursday 23 March 2023 between 10am and 12pm

Financial support

Financial support is available for individuals, families, small businesses, primary producers and non-profit organisations.

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