The purpose of the Tourism Survival Fund (‘Fund’) round 2 is to provide additional support to touring companies, professional conference organisers, businesses with a focus on exhibition booth builds and eligible attractions who have experienced mass cancellations due to restrictions put in place by interstate governments on travel.
The Fund is available for sectors that have been impacted the most, and in particular, that have suffered a loss of peak season 2021 revenue due to their high reliance on international and interstate traveller markets. The Fund is offered in addition to the Territory Tourism Voucher scheme, Summer Sale incentive program and marketing funding for Central Australia as funded by the Australian and NT Governments.
In order to participate in the program a business must meet the definition of an eligible recipient.
An Eligible Recipient:
a) received funding in round 1 of the Tourism Survival Fund and suffered a drop of 50% or more in turnover in the nominated periods for round 2:
b) is a Territory Enterprise; and
An eligible business can access one of the targeted grant options. Which includes:
A business cannot access A, B and C together.
Excluded Recipients are businesses that have already received (or are expected to receive on approval of a current application) support through either the Arts and Culture COVID-19 Interruption Support Package or the Visitation Reliant Support Program (round one or round two).
IMPORTANT: Please read information below to assist you in completing your application online.
For queries about the terms and conditions, deadlines, or questions in the form, please contact us on 1800 193 111 during business hours or email email@example.com and quote your submission number.
On every screen (page of the form) you will find a Form Navigation contents box, this links directly to every page of the application. Click the link to jump directly to the page you want.
You can also click 'next page' or 'previous page' on the top or bottom of each page to move forward or backward through the application.
If you wish to leave a partially completed application, press 'save and close' and log out. When you log back in and click on the 'My Submissions' link at the top of the screen, you will find a list of any applications you have started or submitted. You can reopen your draft application and start where you left off.
You can also download any application, whether draft or completed, as a PDF. Click on the 'Download PDF' button located at the bottom of the last page of the application form.
You will find a Review and Submit button at the bottom of the Navigation Panel. You need to review your application before you can submit it.
Once you have reviewed your application you can submit it by clicking on 'Submit' at the top or bottom of the screen or on the navigation panel. You will not be able to submit your application until all the compulsory questions are completed and there are no validation errors.
Once you have submitted your application, no further editing or uploading of support materials is possible.
When you submit your application, you will receive a confirmation email with a copy of your submitted application attached. This will be sent to the email you used to register.
If you do not receive a confirmation of submission email then you should presume that your submission has NOT been submitted.
Hint: also check the email hasn’t landed in your spam or junk email folder.
You may need to upload/submit attachments to support your application. This is very simple, but requires you to have the documents saved on your computer, or on a storage device.
You need to allow enough time for each file to upload before trying to attach another file. Files can be up to 25MB each; however, we do recommend trying to keep files to a maximum of 5MB – the larger the file, the longer the upload time.
A number of people can work on an application using the same log in details as long as only one person is working at a time. Ensure you save as you go.
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