Gives cultivators, processors, item trailblazers and network and industry associations required with the modern hemp industry in Western Australia with coordinated funding of somewhere in the range of $20,000 and $100,000 to help extends that can convey broad advantages.
Furnishes commercial cultivates in WA with funding of up to $750 altogether to subsidize both a review and site investigation for upgrades to your water supply.
Furnishes occasion chiefs and coordinators with monetary sponsorship to sort out significant occasions that will enhance the travel industry inside WA.
Furnishes WA people or associations with funding of more than $50,000 to create and run medium to huge open occasions in territorial regions of WA that will feature nearby networks and increment the travel industry.
Furnishes qualified WA people or associations with funding of somewhere in the range of $5,000 and $40,000 to create and run small open occasions in local regions of WA that will feature neighborhood networks and increment the travel industry.
Gives specialists, businesses and associations in WA with funding of up to $40,000 for ventures and exercises that enhance the aptitudes and development of individuals in innovative enterprises.
Gives WA primary producers influenced by a pronounced natural disaster with funding to help with recuperation estimates, for example, cargo costs, fix of fencing and expert counsel.
Gives WA steel fabricators, galvanisers and finishers with funding of up to $10,000 to cover 75% of the affirmation costs required to meet the Steelwork Manufacture and Erection Standard (AS/NZS 5131).
BetterLabs is an innovation hub designed to build products and services that would help transform West Australia for the better.
This program aims to provide production funding to secure high profile, market driven, local, national and international footloose, scripted screen productions to Western Australia to showcase local stories, locations and/or culture to an international audience and to assist in the development of the Western Australian screen sector.
This program aims to support distinctive, high quality and diverse projects with strong Western Australian outcomes, and to provide production finance for feature films, telemovies and scripted series with significant marketplace attachments from traditional and new distribution platforms (with significant audience share).
This program aims to enhance the profitability, productivity and/or sustainability of the Western Australian sheep and goat industry by reducing the impact of wild dogs.
This program seeks to provide funding to production companies, organisations and/or individuals to overcome barriers preventing Western Australian community members from underrepresented groups from participating in professional screen industry activities.
This program seeks to assist Western Australian companies to engage with and develop international business capability with the Asian market in industry sectors considered a priority by the State.
This program seeks to assist businesses to build capacity, increase their competitiveness and help them succeed as suppliers to major market opportunities in Western Australia.
This program aims to support the city’s bricks and mortar businesses to engage with independently operated events taking place throughout the city.
This program aims to strengthen the local economy and improve employment opportunities by stimulating business developments suitable to the environment and community of the Shire of Brookton.
This program aims to fund individuals and community groups to host events that help connect local communities.
This program aims to provide support to external organisations and community groups that are assisting the city to achieve it’s strategic vision by delivering events, programs and activities within the region.
This program seeks to support, assist and encourage owners to activate vacant upper floors and underutilised spaces of heritage buildings in the central business district.