Application for an Individual Disaster Stricken Property (IDSP) Declaration - Queensland

Service summary

Where a primary producer is not in an area activated for Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) assistance but has suffered significant damage from a natural disaster they are able to apply for an Individual Disaster Stricken Property (IDSP) declaration.

An IDSP application will allow eligible properties to receive freight subsity assistance through the Department's loans and grants through Queensland Rural Adjustment Authority (QRAA) and/or other government assistance.

Service type

Support Service

A service offered by government to aid in running a business.

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible for an IDSP declaration, your property must first have suffered damage as a result of a natural disaster.  This form must be submitted ASAP after the disaster event, or contact made with a Climate Risk Coordinator 13 25 23.

Fees

No fees apply.

Additional information

Complete the form and lodge it online.  The form will be electronically forwarded to the Climate Risk Coordinator in your region, who will assess the application, asking for input from other departmental officers as necessary.  Your property may then be inspected by a departmental officer.

Administering agency

Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
Agriculture and Forestry
Land Management

Contact details

Land Management
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
Agriculture and Forestry
Land Management


Phone:

13 25 23

Phone:

07 3404 6999
droughtdeclarations@daff.qld.gov.au

Supporting information

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