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2021-2024 Flying-Fox Roost Management in Queensland Program

The Department of Environment and Science is delivering $2 million in grant funding over four years that will assist Queensland local governments to mitigate the impacts of flying-fox roosts on their communities and better support residents and businesses to co-exist with flying-foxes.

The program will be delivered through six competitive rounds over four years (2021-2024), enabling councils to access funding twice annually over this period.

As councils are at different stages of the flying-fox roost management process, the grants program provides funding through three distinct but complementary streams.

  • Stream 1: Immediate/high-priority actions—grants to assist councils to carry out immediate high-priority works while longer-term arrangements are developed.
  • Stream 2: Development of roost management plans—grants to assist councils to develop long-term roost management plans for their LGA. Management plans will address particular problem roosts and provide a holistic guide to adaptive management options for roosts over the entire LGA.
  • Stream 3: Implementation of roost management plans—grants to assist councils to implement roost management actions (identified within their management plans) to mitigate the impacts of flying fox roosts and encourage their communities to co-exist with flying-foxes.

Round 1 of the program closed in May 2021 and successful applicants have been announced. For further information on Round 1 please refer to the Department of Environment and Science grant page.

Round 2 of the program is now open for applications.

Round 2 - Forms and resources

Round 2 - Key dates

  • Applications open Tuesday 31 August 2021
  • Applications close 5:00pm Tuesday 28 September 2021
  • Expected announcement of successful projects in November 2021

How to apply

Complete and submit your application on the Department’s eGrant portal.

Contact information


Phone: 0481 473 491

Last updated: 09 Nov 2021