On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme

South Australian primary producers in drought affected areas can now apply for a new funding round of the On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme.

On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme - PIRSA

Farm Management Deposits Scheme

Provides primary production businesses with tax deductions on farm management deposits to help them deal with inconsistent income from natural disasters, climate and market changes.

Drought Loans
Provides farm businesses with loans of up to $1 million to help them prepare for, manage through and recover from drought.

Drought Relief Assistance Scheme QLD
Provides Queensland drought affected farming businesses with subsidies and rebates of between $20,000 and $40,000 per property to manage transportation and operating costs.

Drought Assistance Fund
Interest free loans of up to $50,000 are available to eligible primary producers to assist in implementing systems and management practices that enhance the sustainability of their enterprise by funding;

  • Transport of livestock, transport of fodder and/or water
  • Water and Fodder infrastructure, and
  • Banking of genetic material of livestock.

Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme
Eligible Primary Producers can claim a rebate of 25% of the cost of purchase, delivery and if applicable, the labour cost to engage a person to install water infrastructure for animal welfare needs.

The On-Farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate scheme can be applied to costs incurred from 1st July 2018 for new purchases, and installation of pipes, water storages and water pumps, de-silting dams, and associated power supplies such as generators.

The maximum that can be claimed is $25,000 per farm enterprise. The availability of rebates is subject to funds being available. No rebates will be offered beyond the allocated funding of $12 million.