Regional Skills Relocation Grant

The NSW Government has established the Regional Skills Relocation Grant to increase the availability of skilled and experienced workers for businesses setting up in, relocating to, or existing in regional NSW.

Grants will be available for businesses operating in NSW regional eligible industries. The funding is available to assist with the relocation costs of eligible skilled workers they employ, that move from metropolitan areas to regional NSW.

The NSW Government has committed $10 million for applications over the next four years—$2.5 million will be available each year, providing 250 grants of up to $10,000 per eligible skilled worker.

Grants are available from 1st October 2018.

Read more detailed information on the Regional Skills Relocation Grant including:

  • who can apply
  • eligible industries
  • how to apply
  • application process
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