Revitalisation Grants

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Our Revitalisation Grants Program is part of a new support package for our community. Grants are available for innovative projects that help to rejuvenate our area and benefit the local community.

The idea of the grant is to help businesses, community groups and individuals rejuvenate our area after a tough few months in lockdown. If you have an idea, we want to hear it! It could be anything, from a business project to a public art proposal. Individuals and community groups can receive up to $2,000 and businesses, non-profits and charities up to $5,000.

Key dates

  • Open for submissions - Monday 11 October 2021
  • Closing date - Monday 8 November 2021 (COB)
  • Submission outcomes announced - mid December 2021
  • All proposed projects must be undertaken by 31 March 2022.

Funding available and eligibility

A total of $115,000 is available.

The Revitalisation Grants Program offers:

  • Grants of up to $2,000, available to individuals or community groups.
  • Grants of up to $5,000, available to businesses[1], non-profit organisations and registered charities (individuals and / or unregistered community groups may apply for this larger grant if they are auspiced by a not-for-profit organisation or registered charity).

[1] Business is an Australian entity with an Australian Business Number (ABN), Australian Company Number (ACN) or Indigenous Corporation Number (ICN).

For more information including scope of projects and assessment criteria, please refer to the Program Assessment Criteria and Guidelines.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted via the SmartyGrants platform – apply now.


For more information or support during the application process, please contact and/or Rachel Bangoura (02) 9391 7112 or Jin Young Kim on (02) 9391 7073 for business focused applications.

Revitalisation Grant In Action

Cindi Shaw from to GET has already put in an expression of interest. The idea behind her business is to help put local retailers in touch with consumers through a one-stop online channel. She recently won a prestigious UNSW Founders First Wave startup prize.

"We're interested in applying for a Revitalisation Grant because we provide access to services that our community needs, especially busy working families and elderly residents," she says.

"We aim to make it easier for you to support the local businesses you know and love by providing an easy way for you to order and access their unique products and services online."

Speaking at Pasta Pantry in Rose Bay, one of the first businesses to join to GET, Mayor Susan Wynne said she was excited to open the grants program to applicants like Cindi.

"The last year has been a difficult time for many of us, but with public health restrictions beginning to ease I’m overjoyed to launch our Revitalisation Grants Program. If you are a small business, community group or even an individual, we can’t wait to hear all your ideas on how to improve post-lockdown life in Woollahra."