Recovery Grants for Bushfire Affected Primary Producers

Bushfire affected primary producers in South Australia can now access a grant to assist with the recovery process and getting back to business.

The recovery grant can be used to help with the cost of:

  • clean up activities
  • reinstatement activities
  • emergency measures to assist with immediate recovery of primary production enterprises.

Grants available for primary producers

Assistance is being provided under the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).

Eligible primary producers can now access grants of up to $75,000. Applicants who have previously applied for a grant, may apply for additional amounts up to the maximum $75,000.

Before you apply

Before you start your application, please read the grant guidelines (PDF 327.5 KB) as these may have changed.

Applications are open to primary producers in local government areas of:

  • Adelaide Hills
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Murray Bridge
  • Mount Barker
  • Mid Murray
  • Yorke Peninsula
  • Kingston

Applying for a recovery grant

Applications must be submitted together with all supporting documentation by 31 July 2020.

Applications may be submitted by:

Bushfire Recovery Grants

PIRSA – Rural Solutions SA

GPO Box 1671

Adelaide  SA 5001

*postmarked no later than 5.00pm (ACST) 31 July 2020.

  • Visiting a PIRSA office at:
    • Adelaide - Level 14, 25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
    • Clare - 155 Main North Road, Clare
    • Loxton - 1801 Bookpurnong Road, Loxton
    • Murray Bridge - Bremer Road, Murray Bridge
    • Kangaroo Island
      • Shop 7, The Mall, 56 Dauncey Street, Kingscote
      • Parndana Bushfire Recovery Centre, Community Health Centre
        12 Jubilee Avenue Parndana
    • Nuriootpa - 571 Research Road, Nuriootpa
    • Mount Gambier - 7-9 Krummel Street, Mount Gambier
    • Struan - 74 Struan House Road, Struan
    • Lobethal Recovery Centre - Fabrik Arts & Heritage Building, 1 Lobethal Road, Lobethal

More Information

For more information please contact

For information on small business grants for businesses recovering from bushfire, please visit the Department for Innovation and Skills (DIS) website.

Page Last Reviewed: 22 Jan 2020
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