Regional Drought Resilience Planning

Please visit your regions's page: North, North West or South to find the relevant people and links.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the defined Tasmanian ‘regions’ that will have the developed drought resilience plans?

What are the defined Tasmanian ‘regions’ that will have the developed drought resilience plans?

The Tasmanian regions align with natural resource and emergency management regional boundaries which are divided into three areas, these are the North West, North and South.

Why does each region require its own Regional Drought Resilience Plan?

Why does each region require its own Regional Drought Resilience Plan?

Drought does not pay attention to lines on a map and is best planned for on a regional scale based on landscape, economy community and climate, rather than borders. This regionally based project will support local organisations, councils,...

Who will the plan benefit?

Who will the plan benefit?

The Regional Drought Resilience Plan will be of benefit to regional development authorities, local government, industry/businesses and the community. It will benefit people in the agricultural sector and its supporting industries, natural...

Seasonal Conditions Scheme

Department of State Growth support available for dry conditions.

Regional Drought Risk, Resilience and Adaptive Capacity Reports

Provide your feedback on regional data reports. The three regional Drought Risk, Resilience and Adaptive Capacity Reports have been released and provide a starting point for understanding drought impacts and risks in Tasmania's regions.