​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Natural Disaster Resilience Program 2020-21 


The 2020-21 NDRP competitive grant round has closed. 

The current grant round opened ​​​2 September 2020 and closed 12pm (midday) Friday 16 October 2020. 

2020-21 NDRP successful projects

Thank you to all applicants that submitted a project for consideration in the 2020-21 NDRP competitive grant round. A total of 13 applications were received and assessed against the eligibility criteria and the selection criteria as outlined in the Guidelines for Applicants​. A total of 9 projects have been approved for delivery in the 2020-21 NDRP competitive grant round.

Approved Projects

​Department of Fire and Emergency Services​Community Earthquake Awareness Project​
​​Department of Fire and Emergency Services ​WA Fire Danger Rating (FDR) Data Project​
Department of Fire and Emergency ServicesWA Recovery Training Framework
​Department of Fire and Emergency Services ​Western Australia Tsunami Inundation Modelling Project​
Department of Fire and Emergency ServicesYouth in Emergency Services (YES) - Kimberley Hubs
​DFES SEMC Business Unit in partnership with WALGA and Dept Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
Local Emergency Management Arrangements (LEMA) Review Project
Eastern Metropolitan Regional CouncilUnderstanding Flood Risk Community Awareness Project 'Flood Aware. Be Prepared.'
Shire of Broomehill-TambellupAlternative Power Source For Emergencies In Broomehill and Tambellup
​Water Corporation
Essential Services Network Operators North West Resilience Exercise

Ab​​out this round

The current agreement set out to distribute $1.4 million to WA via a competitive grants round that will support the priorities of both the State and Commonwealth governments.

Eligible organisations capable of implementing sustained resilience programs or disaster mitigation strategies that will directly benefit the WA community, were strongly encouraged to submit an application.  

The aim of NDRP is to deliver projects that reduce identified risks, and close capability gaps, to reduce future post-disaster funding needs.  Projects to enhance natural disaster resilience for at risk communities, including the disabled, Indigenous and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, and projects designed to attract, support and retain volunteers were encouraged.

Organisations were eligible to apply if they work within the WA Emergency Management framework and includes Local and State Governments and not-for-profit organisations.

​How to apply: Applications are now closed​

​​​Who to contact

The Frequently Asked Questions will be updated with any relevant questions raised by applicants. 

If you require further information, or require further assistance accessing the application form, contact the Senior Emergency Management Officer at ndrp@dfes.wa.gov.au​ or call 9395 9490