What Lockdown Support Is Available To Business In Nsw

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Lockdown support for businesses in NSW.

The NSW and Federal Governments have announced a series of new measures to support business during extended lockdowns of four weeks or more.

  • Up to $15,000 through the expanded NSW 2021 COVID-19 business grants program
  • Up to $10,000 cashflow support per week
  • NSW micro business grants
  • NSW payroll tax deferrals and a 25% payroll tax waiver
  • NSW Rent protections and grants
  • NSW Sector support for the arts and accommodation sector

You can streamline the process of applying for business support by ensuring:

  1. Your business and contact details are up to date on the Australian Business Register
  2. Your personal and business details are up to date and you have a MyServiceNSW account with a business profile 



Specific sector based support


No further details are available at present.


The material and contents provided in this publication are informative in nature only. It is not intended to be advice and you should not act specifically on the basis of this information alone. If expert assistance is required, professional advice should be obtained.

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