State or territory small business pandemic payment

There may be a state or territory pandemic payment for small businesses affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).

Check if there’s a pandemic payment for small business available in your state or territory.

Australian Capital Territory

For the ACT, the territory small business payments available are:

  • COVID-19 Business Support Grants
  • COVID-19 Small Business Hardship Scheme
  • Accommodation and Tourism Venue Operator support program
  • Small Tourism Operator COVID Recovery Payment.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the ACT Government website.

New South Wales

For NSW, the state small business payments available are:

  • JobSaver payments
  • Small Business COVID-19 Support Grant
  • Hospitality and Tourism COVID-19 Support Grant
  • 2021 COVID-19 Business Grant
  • COVID-19 micro-business grant.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the NSW Government website.

Northern Territory

For NT, the territory small business payment available is the Territory Business Lockdown Payment Program.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the NT Government website.

Queensland

For QLD, the state small business payment available is the 2021 COVID-19 Business Support Grants.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the Queensland Government website.

South Australia

For SA, South Australia, the state small business payment available is the Business Support Grants.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the Department of Treasury and Finance website.

Tasmania

For TAS, there are no state small business payments currently available.

Victoria

For VIC, the state small business payment available is the Business Costs Assistance Program Round Two.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the Victoria Government website.

Western Australia

For WA, the state small business payment available is the Small Business Lockdown Assistance Grants.

Find out more about eligibility guidelines and how to apply on the Government of Western Australia website.

Page last updated: 23 June 2022