Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program (SRDRP)
The Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program supports not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations with funding to re-establish their facilities and activities after extreme natural events, including floods, fire, cyclones and severe storms.
Funding of up to $5000 (Level 1) and $20,000 (Level 2) may be available for eligible sport and recreation organisations located in areas declared under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).
- Funding locations
- Funding levels
- Who can apply?
- How to apply
- Checking your submitted application
- Declaration and acquittal
- More information
There are currently no activations for Level 1 or Level 2 funding open for the Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program.
Level 1 funding
To be eligible for funding under Level 1, an organisation must be located in a Local Government Area (LGA) listed as activated for either “Personal Hardship Assistance” or “Reconstruction of Essential Public Assets” on the Queensland Government’s Disaster Management website.
Where the organisation’s LGA is listed, Level 1 funding will be available for application up to 3 months from the latest activation date.
Under ‘Wide Bay-Burnett Severe Storms, 11–14 October 2018’, Fraser Coast Regional Council and South Burnett Regional Council were activated for Restoration of Essential Public Assets on 18 October 2018, so organisations in this area could apply until 18 January 2019.
Level 1 provides up to $5000 in funding to assist in immediate clean-up efforts. This may include:
- replacement of damaged equipment that directly relates to the re-establishment of activities (including office and canteen equipment)
- payment of services and hire costs, and purchase of equipment and tools that assist in short term clean-up of facilities
- reimbursement for the purchase of the above made from the date of the relevant disaster
- funds for repairs and replacements when this amount is lower than the premium excess set by the insurance provider
- excess coverage for insurance claims.
Level 2 funding
Level 2 funding provides up to $20,000 for repair, restoration and mitigation support. Where Level 2 is announced as being available, applications can be submitted for up to 6 months from the date of the announcement.
Funding may be available for the following items/works that assist in recovery:
- Mitigating the effect of future damage to the sport and recreation infrastructure due to a similar disaster event.
- Repairing and restoring damage to sport and recreation infrastructure that directly relates to the re-establishment of facilities.
- Replace damaged items that are not covered by Level 1 assistance to restore operations to support the delivery of sport and recreation activities.
Refer to the program guidelines (PDF, 184KB) to determine eligibility for applying under Level 2.
Any updates regarding Level 2 funding will be announced here.
Who can apply?
To be eligible, organisations must:
- be located in an DRFA Category A to C declared disaster affected area (depending on level of funding requested)
- be an incorporated local or regional not-for-profit organisation with a primary objective relating to sport and recreation
- be a not-for-profit racing or turf club (Level 1 funding only)
- comply with insurance requirements (Level 2 funding only)
It is recommended that you contact your local Sport and Recreation regional office prior to applying to discuss any enquiries.
How to apply
Where possible, applications should be made through the online grants system to reduce processing times.
- Check if your organisation is eligible.
- Log in or create an Enquire applicant portal account.
- Complete the online application.
- Submit the application.
Step 1: Check if your organisation is eligible
Read the program guidelines (PDF, 184KB) and the above information to determine if your organisation is eligible for the program.
Step 2: Log in or create an Enquire applicant portal account
- You may not be able to complete an application from a tablet or smartphone that uses a mobile operating system like iOS or Android. The Enquire grants system requires a desktop operating system such as Windows or Mac OS.
- An up-to-date web browser is recommended e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, or Firefox.
- An up-to-date version of Adobe Acrobat Reader is recommended.
How to use the Enquire system
Sport and Recreation are upgrading the Grant Registration Portal (GRP) to enhance our grants management system (Enquire), making it faster and easier to use, ensuring ongoing security of all information and speeding up payments.
- If you have an ‘Enquire’ account for your organisation but have forgotten the login details (username and password), select the ‘Forgot your password?’ link under the log in area of Enquire.
- Enter the email address associated with your account and select ‘Continue’.
- An email will be sent to your email address with your user ID and temporary password. You will be prompted to change this password the next time you log in.
- If you have an ‘Enquire’ account for your organisation and would like to register a new person (e.g. new employee or committee member) to access the organisation’s account, please email SR_Info@npsr.qld.gov.au.
- If you have an ‘Enquire’ account for your organisation and know the login details (username and password) please apply online.
- If this is the first time your organisation has registered for ‘Enquire’, you will need to create an applicant portal account.
- complete the required information, including:
- your details and the organisation’s details
- agreeing to the terms and conditions
- activate the account by clicking on the link sent to the registered email. If you do not receive the activation link, email SR_Info@npsr.qld.gov.au.
Step 3: Complete the online application
- Read the program guidelines (PDF, 184KB).
- Enter the required organisation information into Enquire.
- Complete the application, including downloading and completing the excel table.
- If at any point you don’t have the required documentation to support the application click ‘Save’ at any time and return to the application later by logging back into your account.
Step 4: Submit the application
- Only submit the application once it is fully complete. Applications at a status of ‘submitted’ cannot be retrieved or edited by the applicant.
- All applications must be received within the timeframes outlined in section 3 of the program guidelines (PDF, 184KB).
Checking your submitted application
You are able to check the status of your application by logging into the Enquire system. You need to log in to your applicant portal account (current user) and go to the ‘My Applications’ section.
Declaration and acquittal
All funding is subject to the Terms and Conditions outlined in the application form. Sport and Recreation reserves the right to audit your grant expenditure in accordance with your application, so please keep a copy of all invoices.
- Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program—Program guidelines (PDF, 184KB)
- Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program—Terms and Conditions (PDF, 288KB)