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Information for People Affected by Bushfires



Arrow image.Animal welfare during bushfires
Information and assistance for the care of wildlife, stock and domestic animals affected by bushfires.

Arrow image.Tasmanian Government Bushfire Recovery Grants
Grant funding links and information for primary producers, small businesses and charities and non-profit organisations who have suffered direct damage as a result of the bushfires with clean-up, removal of debris and restoration costs under the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRAA).

Arrow image.National Parks and tracks affected by bushfiresYou are now leaving our site. DPIPWE is not responsible for the content of the web site to which you are going. The link does not constitute any form of endorsement

Arrow image.Lost or damaged sea fishing licences from bushfires

Arrow image.Lands Titles Office - Forms and Fees
If you have been personally affected by recent bushfire events in Tasmania, please note that mandatory Land Titles Office fees associated with dealings (such as an application to replace a Certificate of Title destroyed in the fires) will be reimbursed on application to the Lands Titles Office.



More information on bushfire recovery and support is available at http://www.bushfirerecovery.tas.gov.au/You are now leaving our site. DPIPWE is not responsible for the content of the web site to which you are going. The link does not constitute any form of endorsement




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