Grants in Tourism & Hospitality

Building Better Regions Fund

$20,000-$10 million

The 2020-2021 Federal Budget will allocate $200 million to the next round of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF), in order to support regional areas with new infrastructure to help create jobs and drive economic growth. The fund’s upcoming round will reserve $100 million for tourism-related infrastructure and $100 million for broader community infrastructure and investment.

Tourism Industry Development Fund SA

$20,000-$500,000

The Tourism Industry Development Fund aims to assist the South Australian tourism sector across the state’s key tourism regions, by funding projects that will encourage regional operators to improve and diversify.

Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants

$30,000-$7.5 million

The Australian Government has announced a $10 million Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grant program, in order to help bushfire affected areas attract tourists back to affected regions.

Export Market Development Grant

Up to $150,000 annually

The Export Market Development Grant (EMDG) is open to Australian manufacturers and service providers, which are exporting or planning to export their products and services into international markets.

South Australian Commercialisation, Research and Startup Fund

$100,000-$1 million

South Australia has launched a new Research, Commercialisation and Startup Fund, with a focus on early-stage startups and scaling-up established businesses. The $28 million fund will also support collaboration between enterprise, researchers and universities and the commercialisation of new products and services, building research and research infrastructure capability in South Australia.

SA Export Accelerator Program

$5,000 - $30,000

The South Australian Export Accelerator is a grant designed to help South Australian businesses expand into international markets.

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