Learn about the NSW Government departments and agencies that collaborate on drought issues and response.
Visit the DroughtHub for financial assistance and support services. Grants and loans are available for farmers, landholders and agribusinesses. Use the Drought Assistance Map to find services.
NSW continues to struggle through one of the worst droughts on record. The effects are being felt by towns, cities, workers, families and businesses large and small, right across the state. Find out what you can do to help.
Find services and training to help you prepare for and manage the impact of drought.
Immediate and ongoing support is available to everyone in NSW to help them through difficult times.
Learn about the NSW Government drought strategies, programs and packages to support drought relief and recovery.
Learn about how drought is categorised, which areas are affected and who it impacts.
Farmers and landholders can get on-the-ground support and advice through Local Land Services.
Check drought maps, weather, water storage and learn about research into drought resilience.
The Australian Government provides assistance to help farm families, farm businesses and rural communities to prepare for, manage through and recover from drought.
Follow Regional NSW on Facebook for the latest news and drought updates from around the regions.
Find out about the support available for NSW communities affected by the bushfires.
The NSW Government today announced a further $310 million in emergency drought relief in recognition of the on-going drought conditions in regional NSW and to uphold a commitment to helping farmers make it out of the worst drought in living memory.
Vital infrastructure projects will be fast-tracked in regional NSW to help local industries, councils and communities rebuild and recover from the impacts of drought, bushfire and COVID-19.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the creation of a new NSW Government agency, Resilience NSW, which will drive world-leading disaster preparedness and recovery approach for the NSW community.
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