Building Better Regions Fund
The Australian Government Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development recently announced the projects that have secured grants through the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) Round 2. Congratulations to the four successful projects in the Wheatbelt.
• Shire of Toodyay - $4.7 mill to develop a sport and recreation precinct
• Shire of Trayning - $363,317 for the aquatic centre redevelopment
• Shire of Lake Grace - $20,000 towards refurbishing the Varley museum
• Narrogin - $19,500 for Regional Early Education and Development (REED) Leadership Capability Building in the Wheatbelt’s Child Care Sector.
Please contact email@example.com for more information and copies of our BBRF vimeos (copyright for Wheatbelt projects only)
To discuss your project and for assistance, please contact our Director Regional Development Mandy Walker on 0428 372 179 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the full list of funded projects
BBRF Information and Resources -
1. The Infrastructure Projects Stream
2. The Community Investment Stream
The following resources are available to assist Wheatbelt applicants:
a. Our office – please call our Director Regional Development Mandy Walker on 0428 372 179 or call the office on 9575 1888 and we can provide guidance and are happy to provide constructive comment on your draft application.
b. For guidelines and application form visit the Business website.
c. For tips see our BBRF Round 2 updated - Developing Infrastructure Funding Proposals Manual.
d. For detailed tips and advice, we have also prepared a series of tutorials. This resource is available for Wheatbelt organisations only.
a. Tutorial 1 – An outline of the BBRF
b. Tutorial 2 – The Business Case
c. Tutorial 3 – Merit Criteria 1 – Economic Value
d. Tutorial 4 – Merit Criteria 2 – Social Value
e. Tutorial 5 – Merit Criteria 3 – Value for Money
f. Tutorial 6 – Merit Criteria 4 - Project Delivery
For "Letters of Support" we request project applications be submitted for review at least one week prior to the funding closing date, or preferably earlier, to allow support data and information to be prepared.