Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund – EOI stage closes 18 November 2016 (QLD)

The Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund is open to local governments of remote and Indigenous communities.

Local government eligibility has been predominantly determined on geographical grounds using the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) Remoteness Structure, which divides each state and territory into several regional categories, providing a measure of remoteness for each local government area.

Local governments eligible for funding under the Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund are those categorised by the ABS as predominately ‘Remote’ and/or ‘Very Remote’. All Indigenous local governments, regardless of their status under the remoteness structure, are eligible to apply under this fund.

Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund
Eligible local governments
Aurukun Diamantina Mapoon Richmond
Balonne Doomadgee Mornington Torres
Barcoo Etheridge Murweh Torres Strait Island
Blackall-Tambo Flinders Napranum Winton
Boulia Hope Vale Northern Peninsula Woorabinda
Cherbourg Kowanyama Palm Island Wujal Wujal
Cook Lockhart River Paroo Yarrabah
Croydon Longreach Pormpuraaw

Use the interactive web map to view project locations across Queensland.

For how to apply see >>> Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund – how to apply

For more information see >>> Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund – info (Source)

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