The NSW and Commonwealth governments are coordinating clean-up of eligible properties. Visit the clean-up information hub or register online if you haven't already.
An overview of planning provisions to assist those rebuilding after bushfire, waived fees, building design professionals, and different types of development approval.
People whose homes were destroyed or significantly damaged in the 2019/2020 bushfires can apply for a DA fee rebate up to $1,000 to assist with DA costs to rebuild their home.
BlazeAid volunteers based in Moruya have already rebuilt 70km of fencing on Eurobodalla's rural and farming properties. COVID-19 has slowed progress, but it’s not too late to register for fencing assistance: email BlazeAid Moruya or phone organiser Mary on 0429 367 538.
Private landholders who share a boundary with public land and were impacted by the 2019/2020 bushfires are eligible for up to $5,000 per kilometre to contribute to the replacement of damaged boundary fences. Find out more and apply on the Local Land Services website.
The NSW Government supplier register lists businesses with the capacity to provide goods or services in bushfire affected regions. Operating until January 2022, the register aims to ensure government and out-of-area buyers during recovery phases use local businesses wherever possible. Tradespeople and businesses that can supply goods or services in bushfire areas can register online.