This is a new stream The Regional Event Fund supports the delivery of smaller community-based events with limited expenditure budgets in regional NSW areas impacted by drought or the recent bushfire activity.
‘Micro Events’ are defined as community-based events including but not limited to country shows, town festivals including parades, and cultural festivals whose total expenditure budget is approximately $75,000 (excl. GST) or less. The Micro Event Fund offers one-off grants of $10,000 (excl. GST).
Applications close on 25 March 2020.
Helping rebuild towns and businesses affected by fire through an Instagram #spendwiththem campaign.
Heads up! Businesses are reporting an incredible increase in sales after being featured on this page. Some have recouped their entire Christmas losses within 24 hours of being featured.
This is not a grant, however is a great opportunity for businesses to get back on their feet.
Ulladulla Buslines will be providing extra bus services to support bushfire recovery which will operate until 29 March 2020.
See Media Release from Paul Toole – Minister for Regional Transport and Roads
Four new weekday return bus trips from Ulladulla to Lake Conjola and
two additional Ulladulla to Bawley Point return weekday trips serving Lake Conjola.
Weekday service levels extended to weekends to include return services from Ulladulla to Lake Conjola and Ulladulla to Bawley Point locations
Click on below for Enhanced Bus Service Timetables
Route 740X – Ulladulla to Lake Conjola via Milton
Route 741X – Ulladulla to Bawley Point via Burrill Lake – Lake Tabourie – Termeil via Burrill Lake – Lake Tabourie – Termeil
Please contact our office should you have any queries relating to the enhanced services.