Unlocking regional economic development, supporting jobs.
Through the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants, the State Government is investing in projects that stimulate economic growth in regional Western Australia.
Round 4 of the RED Grants is currently open and accepting applications.
In the South West, up to $150,000 per individual project is available.
Businesses must contribute a minimum 50% cash to the project. Not-for-profit or Aboriginal-owned entities may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Funding will be considered for individual projects that will:
- Increase or sustain jobs
- Expand or diversify industry
- Develop skills or capability
- Increase business productivity and
- Attract new investment to the region.
Priority will be given to investing in proposals that support innovation or value-adding in:
- Tourism and events
- Manufacturing/advanced manufacturing
- Maximising international and/or interstate markets or exports
- Aboriginal small business development.
Click here to access the Application Form.
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Southern Forests Honey – $150,000, The Colony Concept
Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association – $100,000, Ngilgi Cave Precinct Modernisation Project
Ocean Grown Abalone – $85,000, Augusta Boat Harbour Seafood Processing Facility
City of Bunbury – $76,510, Connecting Bunbury Geographe
Busselton Jetty – $75,000, Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory Interpretation Upgrade
Bunbury Dolphin Discovery Incorporated – $44,000, Dolphin Centre Leveraged Marketing
Maker and Co Collective – $40,300, Maker Program 2019
Australia’s South West – $40,000, Great South West Edge Touring Route
Geographe French Australian Festivals – $35,000, CinefestOZ Film Festival – enhancement and growth
Jazz by the Bay Association – $26,392, Jazz by the Bay Festival – Arts Business Development consultant
Arts Margaret River – $14,000, Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival
The Nannup Music Club – $12,470, Brockman St Venue Development
Festival of Busselton Incorporated – $5,095, Festival of Busselton 201
Hopbroker – $150,000, Brugan Brewing
Southern Forests Blackwood Valley Tourism Association – $74,945, Southern Forests Blackwood Valley Tourism Industry Development Project
Vasse Valley – $50,000, Upscaling value–added Hemp Food Production
Shire of Nannup – $46,881, Nannup Trails Town Infrastructure
In focus – The Colony Concept, Metricup
Shire of Nannup – $100,000, Tank 7&8 Mountain Bike Park Stage 2
ATC Employment Solutions – $81,250, Electrical Centre of Excellence
Production and Interpretive Centre Expansion
Planted Passion – $49,543, Production Expansion