AGRN1044 Ex TC Ellie - Environment Heritage and Culture Flexible Grants Category D

Submissions are now being accepted. Submissions close at midnight 30 April 2025 (AWST).

IMPORTANT: Please read information below to assist you in completing your application online.


Welcome to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) online grant application service, powered by SmartyGrants.

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DPIRD is assisting Western Australian primary industries and landholders affected by flooding in the Fitzroy River catchment, as part of a whole-of-government response to the severe weather event in January 2023.

Environment, Heritage and Cultural Assets Flexible Grants Program

Click here to view the guidelines for this grant round.

The Environment, Heritage, and Culture Assets Flexible Grants Program is available for flood recovery projects to clean-up, rehabilitate and monitor the long-term impacts of affected environmental, heritage and cultural assets in the Fitzroy River catchment. 

The grants are available for incorporated community groups, Prescribed Bodies Corporate, non-government organisations, registered charities, primary producers (including pastoral leaseholders and horticulturalists) and government agencies to support flood recovery in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.

The grants are also available for on-country activities that enable Traditional Owners to reconnect with Country that has been impacted by flooding.

The program offers two grant categories:

  • a small grant category of up to $100,000*
  • a large grant category of up to $500,000.

*Grants to assist with costs associated with clean-up and restoration of a heritage building is capped at $50,000.

Closing date: 30th April 2025 or until fully subscribed

For queries about the guidelines, deadlines, or questions in the form, please contact the NRM Team or DPIRD on (08) 6551 4428 during business hours or email and quote your submission ID number.

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