Eurobodalla has been significantly impacted by bushfire. Hundreds of homes, many businesses, and thousands of hectares of bushland have been damaged or destroyed.
There is support available for those who have been impacted by bushfire. On these pages you'll find information about financial and practical support for different situations.
The NSW Government's one-stop-shop for bushfire payments, grants, loans and business support. Apply online or phone 13 77 88.
Answer a few questions about your circumstances on the Service NSW disaster assistance finder to find the most relevant financial and practical support for your situation.
Apply for financial assistance from the Eurobodalla Disaster Relief Fund or donate to the fund to help those who have been significantly impacted by the bushfires.
Find out about financial and practical support offered by the Commonwealth Government for families and individuals - such as childcare assistance and emergency relief - and for small businesses and primary producers - such as emergency support and recovery grants.
For individuals, families, small businesses and primary producers
The NSW and Commonwealth governments are covering the cost and coordinating clean-up of eligible properties. Visit the clean-up information hub or register online now if you haven't already.
An overview of planning provisions and changes to assist those rebuilding after bushfire, waived fees, site clean-up information, local building design professionals, and different kinds of development approvals.
BlazeAid is a grassroots volunteer organisation helping rebuild fences on rural and farming properties.
The recovery centres are closed from 1 April 2020, but you can still get in touch recovery personnel over the phone or online for support and information.
The NSW Small Business Commissioner can help small businesses recovering from bushfire impacts with financial support, business advice, dispute resolution, mental health support, and the Small business Recovery Toolkit.
The NSW Government is building a supplier list of businesses with the capability and capacity to provide goods or services in bushfire affected regions. The aim is to ensure government buyers use local businesses wherever possible. Tradespeople and any businesses that can supply goods or services in bushfire areas can register online.
See our recent updates for the whole community, or subscribe to get email updates for those recovering and rebuilding after bushfire.
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Everyone's experience and response to the bushfires is different. The local Primary Health Network, Coordinare has resources and contact details for local counsellors and existing helplines for anyone experiencing trauma or related challenges.
Water quality, air quality, fact sheets and public health advice following bushfire.
Household bin collection, what you can put in your bins, what burnt items you can and can't take to the tip.
Please report injured, distressed or hungry wildlife to WIRES: 1300 094 737
Legal Aid NSW provides free legal help to people affected by the bushfires. Help is available for insurance, credit hardship, housing, employment and document replacement. Phone their Disaster Response Helpline on 1800 801 529 or visit the Disaster Response Legal Service NSW website.
Watch our video message to emergency services, volunteers, and everyday heroes in our community who contributed to fighting the fires, supporting those in need, and helping to get started toward recovery.