Round 3 of the NSRF opens on 15th January and closes on 15th March, 2016.
The NSRF is supporting investment in a diverse range of infrastructure from tourism, water and transport infrastructure to cultural, sporting and healthcare facilities, providing sustainable economic growth in areas of disadvantage across the country.
The programme allows communities to identify their own priority infrastructure projects, and particularly encourages partnerships between not-for-profit organisations, local, state and territory governments, as well as, the private sector.
The Australian Government recognises the vital role Australiaâ€™s regions can and must play to drive economic development, to lift productivity and to encourage and foster innovation.
The NSRF is delivering $1 billion over five years to promote economic growth and address disadvantage.
The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development will be running Information Sessions commencing in January 2016 to provide potential applicants with an understanding of the changes to the guidelines for Round Three and learnings from Round Two.
Teleconference Sessions are available from 27 January.
More on the National Stronger Regions Fund, including details of Teleconference Sessions, a full list of successful Round Two projects and details on the application process, is available online by clicking on the button below.