Applications for the NSWALC Regional Event Grants 2023-24 Close Soon

17 April, 2023

Applications for the 2023-24 round of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) Regional Event Grants close soon, on Sunday 30 April.

The NSWALC Regional Event Grants program

Events chosen for a NSWALC Regional Event Grant must support and promote Aboriginal culture and/or sporting achievement, have Aboriginal participation and be of regional significance for Aboriginal peoples in NSW.

NSWALC is a proud supporter of past successful Regional Event Grants including the Aboriginal Cultural Showcase, the Northern NSW Women’s Rugby League Knockout, Elders Olympics, Jali LALC Block Party and Griffith LALC Survival Day. You can see more on the NSWALC website by clicking here.

The NSWALC Regional Event Grants Program is part of a Community Benefits Scheme, where NSWALC can provide grants to community members or community entities, under section 108 of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW).

2023-24 Funding Round

The application period for the 2023-24 round of NSWALC Regional Event Grants opened on Wednesday 1 March 2023 and closes soon, on Sunday 30 April 2023.

If you would like to apply for the 2023-24 round, please submit your applications before or by the closing date.

How to apply

The NSWALC Regional Event Grants Policy & Procedure form outlines what grants can be used for, and how grant applications are assessed.

Eligible applicants can access the application forms on the NSWALC website here.

Completed application forms and supporting documents should be submitted via e-mail to by 5pm on Sunday 30 April 2023.

More information

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the NSWALC Program Implementation Unit on 02 9689 4444 or via email at    


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Artwork Credit: Craig Cromelin, from a painting he did titled, "4 favourite fishing holes". It is a snippet of his growing years on the Lachlan River, featuring yabby, turtle, fish and family.