Grants and Funding 

There are a number of Industry Grants and Funding Opportunities now available to help support your business. Please see a summary below, and refer to the following website for further updates:

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Grant NameGovernmentFunding amountClosing dateMore Information
GRANTS WITH CLOSING DATES    
TICT Emissions Reduction InitiativeState$700Until allocation exhaustedRead More
Regional Arts Fund Project GrantsFederalUp to $30,00015th August 2024Read More
Supporting Aboriginal People in Tourism and HospitalityStateUp to $3,000 Per Person5th September 2024Read More
Enabling Business Grant ProgramState$2,500 to $10,00010th December 2024Read More
Business Growth Loan Scheme $100,000 to $3,000,00020th December 2024Read More
Energy Efficiency Grants for Small & Medium sized Enterprises Round 2Federal10,000 to $25,000Until ExhaustedRead More
Regional Tourism Development Loan Scheme StateLoans Between $100,000 & 3 Million30th June 2026Read More
     
GRANTS AVAILABLE UNTIL ALLOCATION EXHAUSTED    
Advanced Manufacturing Quality Assurance ProgramStateUp to $20,000Until exhaustedRead more
Advanced Manufacturing Tender Incentive ProgramStateUp to $40,000Until exhaustedRead more
Advanced Manufacturing Skills 2 Manufacturing ProgramStateUp to $15,000Until exhaustedRead more
Advanced Manufacturing Business Improvement ProgramStateUp to $20,000Until exhaustedRead more
     
ONGOING GRANTS    
Wage SubsidiesFederalUp to $10,000OngoingRead More
Wage Subsidy SchemeFederalUp to $1650OngoingRead More
Tourism, Hospitality and ancillary industries payroll tax waiverState OngoingRead more
Glamorgan Spring Bay Council – Community Small Grants ProgramLocalUp to $1,000OngoingRead more
Events Tasmania – Touring GrantsState$2,500 to $20,000OngoingRead more
Events Tasmania – Championship GrantsState$3,500 to $10,000OngoingRead more
Events Tasmania – One-off Assistance Grants [Promotion of Winter events]StateUp to $20,000OngoingRead more
Events Tasmania – Events Tasmania Attraction FundStateUpon applicationOngoingRead more
Events – Tasmania – Major Event Partnerships ProgramStateUpon applicationOngoingRead more
CSIRO Kick-StartState10,000 – 50,000OngoingRead More
Carbon Farming Advice Rebate Piolet ProgramStateUp to $10,000OngoingRead More
Indigenous Advancement StrategyFederalVaryOngoingRead More
Screens Tasmania -Short form series boosterStateup to $25,000OngoingRead More
Screen Tasmania – Project Development GrantsStateUp to $30,000QuarterlyRead More
Energy Saver LoanState$500 to $10,000OngoingRead More

 

Free Business Support

There are a number of business support resources available to help support your business:

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Grant NameGovernmentFunding amountClosing dateMore Information
Digital ReadyStateFree online coachingOngoingRead more
Digital Solutions TasmaniaStateBusiness adviceOngoingRead more
Lifeline Mental Health Training mental health trainingOngoingRead More
New Access – Beyond BlueFederalFree and confidential mental health supportOngoingRead more
Tasmanian Export Freight Logistics Advisory ServiceStateFree support for business impacted by ongoing freight and logistics challengesOngoingRead more

 

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The Tasmanian tourism industry acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal people and their enduring custodianship of lutruwita / Tasmania. We honour 40,000 years of uninterrupted care, protection and belonging to these islands, before the invasion and colonisation of European settlement. As a tourism industry that welcomes visitors to these lands, we acknowledge our responsibility to represent to our visitors Tasmania’s deep and complex history, fully, respectfully and truthfully. We acknowledge the Aboriginal people who continue to care for this country today. We pay our respects to their elders, past and present. We honour their stories, songs, art, and culture, and their aspirations for the future of their people and these lands. We respectfully ask that tourism be a part of that future.