A dedicated space has opened in Eugowra where residents can continue accessing flood recovery support.
More funding has been committed to help the NSW Central West region’s recovery from last year’s devastating floods and build resilience for the future.
Disaster assistance has been extended to the Clarence Valley Local Government Area (LGA) following severe bushfires on 13 October 2023 in New South Wales.
In line with the recommendations of the Independent Flood Inquiry, the Northern Rivers Reconstruction Corporation (NRRC) will formally transition into the NSW Reconstruction Authority (RA) from 1 November 2023.
The NSW Government has committed $50 million for Central West communities impacted by last year’s devastating floods.
The NSW Government is delivering on its election commitment to no longer develop housing on high-risk flood plains in Western Sydney.
NSW Government encourages fire-affected farmers and primary producers to apply for disaster assistance
The NSW Government is encouraging eligible fire-affected primary producers and landholders in 7 local government areas (LGAs) to access disaster assistance in response to recent and ongoing bushfires in those areas.
Disaster assistance is now available in several parts of NSW to help communities recovering from severe bushfires.
Disaster assistance is now available for Kempsey, Mid-Coast and Port Macquarie Hastings local government areas (LGAs) following severe bushfires on 16 October 2023 onwards.
The Albanese and Minns governments are building infrastructure back better across areas of NSW impacted by natural disasters over the past 3 years.