Queensland Resilience and Risk Reduction Fund 2021-22
The Queensland Resilience and Risk Reduction Fund (QRRRF) helps communities, mitigate and manage the risks associated with natural disasters.
The QRRRF is funded by the Commonwealth and Queensland governments as part of its five-year National Partnership Agreement on Disaster Risk Reduction.
A total of $19.1 million is currently available, with the Queensland Government contributing $8.3 million while the Commonwealth Government is contributing $10.8 million to the 2021-22 round of the QRRRF.
The Commonwealth component includes the $6 million Managing Disaster Risk Fund, which is available to the 14 local government areas hardest hit by the 2019 North Queensland Monsoon Trough.
Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for the $19.1 million fund close on 18 February 2022. Find out more here.