2021-22 Coastal Public Access and Risk Grants program
The Coastal Public Access and Risk (CPAR) Grants program provides financial assistance to Victorian coastal Crown land managers to reduce coastal risk and improve public access.
The Victorian Government funds these grants to reduce coastal risk through identification, mitigation and monitoring.
Given the range of risks that are inherent in a dynamic coastal environment, this program aims to support a strategic and balanced approach to risk management along the Victorian coast.
Who can apply?
Appointed coastal Crown land managers in the State of Victoria can apply, including Parks Victoria, local councils and committees of management.
The program provides a financial contribution to projects based on the annual revenue of the applicant and where the proposed project location is on coastal Crown land, as defined in the Marine and Coastal Act 2018 s.4(1), where the reservation/management status provides for public access.
How much funding is available?
The total funding is $1,000,000. Grants of up to $150,000 (excluding GST) per project are available.
Application guidelines and funding criteria
For detailed program information, including funding criteria and contact details:
Details on successful CPAR grant applications for 2020-21, 2018-19 and 2017-18 are also available below.
Apply for a CPAR grant
Before you begin your Grants Online application:
- Read the Application Guidelines and FAQ
- Discuss your project and application with your regional DELWP contact (listed in the Application Guidelines)
If you need technical assistance in submitting your application online, please email email@example.com or call 136 186.