The Government Green Grant Program was launched on October 27, 2014 and is available to eligible households and small businesses.
To participate, one household of six persons or under must own either:
a new or used vehicle, and
a new or used second-hand vehicle registered or being registered in the New South Wales region.
One of the conditions to qualify for the program is that either:
the household or small business must register as a member of a vehicle club in order to take advantage of the grant-funded equipment.
A vehicle must only be used for off-road use, including recreational use or a vehicle which would otherwise exceed the five km/h speed limit (except for a self-propelled vehicle which does not exceed the speed limit by more than 5 km/h for more than 250 km).
A vehicle registration must be obtained from the New South Wales Road Transport Authority.
The first 60,000 registered vehicles were eligible for grants from 2014-2018. Vehicles are eligible to remain funded until the end of 2021. If a vehicle qualifies for a grant it must be kept running.
The grant-funded item must be returned to its owner as soon as possible after the grant fund is used while the vehicle is available for off-road use or is stored in a garage.
In all cases the item will also be eligible for the Commonwealth Government Conservation Officer Service Vehicle (COSVCV) grant.
Vehicles must remain operational after the grant is over to ensure vehicle safety.
The Government Green Grant Program is funded through the following:
Program Duration Award Term Total Grant and Award Details Details Grant Details
5 kms or less 20,000 6/14
9.0% $4.8 million 5 kms or more 20,000 60/60 $15,000 $20,000 $31,000 $6.9 km $9,000 $30,000 $40,000 $65,000
To view the terms and conditions of the Government Green Grant Program please contact the Department of Transport and Main Roads (DOTMR) Vehicle Services Department.
Grant Description (as of 1 April 2018):
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