Grants & Funding
Grants & Funding opportunities available for outdoor recreation providers in Queensland – sources, application dates, criteria and conditions.
By their very nature, funding sources do not have constant application dates; criteria and conditions are subject to change; and from time to time are closed pending allocation decisions.
Please note that this list is representative only and does not cover all that is available. We recommend talking to your local government/ sport and recreation representatives and researching your local area for other opportunities.
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Community Grants – a quick guide.
Links to a wide range of funding agencies are listed on the Parliamentary Library. This page provides links to selected sources of financial assistance to community groups.
Commonwealth Grant Guidelines
The Government has released revised Commonwealth Grant Guidelines for the Not-For-Profit sector. Grants are widely used by the Government to achieve government policy objectives, involving the payment of billions of dollars each year. The Guidelines establish the policy framework under which government agencies undertake their own grants administration activities.
The Queensland Government provides a wide range of grant & funding opportunities for sport & recreation organisations, providing in excess of $40 million through funding programs towards new and improved opportunities for people to participate in sport and active recreation.
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Other Funding Agencies
In addition to the federal, state and local government funding bodies identified above there are many other agencies that provide funding for specific projects or interest groups.
Rail Trails Australia (RTA) is a predominantly volunteer, not-for-profit, organisation which works for the development and promotion of a rail trail network Australia-wide.
After many years of merchandise sales, RTA is now pleased to be able to run a small grants program to support community organisations undertaking activities that are aligned with RTA’s work.
As the region’s bulk water supply authority, we are committed to water for life. Our service extends beyond water supply, to supporting a sustainable water future for generations to come.
We do this through Water for life Community Grants – an initiative that provides funding to improve the community’s education and involvement with water.
The program taps into existing community initiatives and establishes partnerships that benefit South East Queensland waterways, catchments and communities.
Office of Liquor Community Benefit Funds Unit
Various grant schemes available through the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation.
Aim for the Stars
The Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation was created to provide support for women and girls across Australia further their educational and/or professional development.
The Foundation for Young Australians
Supporting talented individuals and youth-led organisations
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Community Funding Centre
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Momentum can assist your sport or recreation club to prepare all documentation and paperwork for grant funding applications. There are a range of government grants for sports clubs available and Momentum will guide your club with a team of experienced professionals who can help with all club funding grants.
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