$150m for Queensland Announced Under New Disaster Ready Fund

Queensland will be better protected and prepared for future natural disasters following today’s announcement of 50 local projects funded under Round One of the Albanese Government’s new Disaster Ready Fund. Queensland will benefit from over $150 million in combined investment into disaster prevention.

– Private sector-driven managed retreat of at-risk settlements: An SEQ pilot

– Detailed Design for the Reconstruction of Duck Creek Road in Scenic Rim

– Setting an urban greening target for the Scenic Rim

– Toogoolawah (Dingyarra St) flood mitigation project in Somerset

– Laidley Disaster Ready Project (Flood) – Phase 1 in Lockyer Valley

For more information please visit: https://nema.gov.au/disaster-ready-fund