Grants directory

The Northern Territory (NT) Government provides a wide range of grants, scholarships and other forms of support for businesses, community organisations and individuals.

You should use local goods and services wherever possible if you are awarded a grant. There are specific requirements to buy local if you are receiving a capital grant.

Find out more about GrantsNT, the management system for NT Government grants.

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  • Animal Welfare
    For organisations to undertake animal welfare projects that improve animal well-being, raise community awareness of responsibilities in regard to animal welfare and help progress good animal management practice.
  • Wildlife Grants
    For organisations to collect, care and release sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
  • Environment Project Grant
    The Environment Project grant program provides funding for community based projects that help reduce harm to the environment.
  • Smarter Business Solutions
    Advice and grants to help reduce your day-to-day energy, water and material costs.
  • Community Sponsorship Program
    For community groups, projects, events and programs.
  • Event funding and industry development
    NT Major Events Company programs to strengthen and increase the quality and capability of festivals and events in the Territory.
  • Harmony Grants
    For organisations to promote multiculturalism in the Northern Territory, including the Darwin Waterfront Harmony Soiree.
  • International Women's Day Grants
    Funding to help you run your International Women's Day event.
  • Multicultural Grant Program
    To assist migrant and multicultural communities with social inclusion, social cohesion and / or cultural and linguistic diversity.
  • National Youth Week
    For individuals, groups, clubs, schools, organisations and businesses to provide youth engagement activities held during National Youth Week.
  • Seniors Month
    For organisations to encourage older people to have a healthy lifestyle, become involved in a new activity, connect to the community or to create opportunities for continued involvement in activities.
  • Youth Affairs - Quick Response Group
    To assist young Territorians to access a variety of youth initiated events and personal development programs.
  • Youth Vibe
    For organisations to provide youth engagement activities during the major school holidays.
  • Alcohol and other drugs youth grants
    Funding for projects that minimise the harm associated with the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme - Innovation Grant
    To fund innovative projects that support the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Projects may generate solutions, identify and test new opportunities and lead to improved choice and control for people with disability, especially those living in remote areas of the Territory
  • Suicide prevention community grant
    Funding to support locally-led projects or activities that address an identified suicide prevention need.
  • Heritage Grants
    To encourage appropriate conservation work to privately-owned heritage places.
  • History Grants
    To encourage and support original research about Northern Territory history, and broaden the resources available in this field, for the community to access and engage with.
  • Regional museums support
    To assist local museums or other organisations committed to the preservation of cultural heritage.
  • Home Improvement Scheme
    If you own a home in the Northern Territory you can get money to do physical improvements to your land or building, or for repairs and maintenance.
  • Homeowner incentives
    Get financial help to build or buy a home.
  • Audience development
    Support for Territory audiences and screen practitioners to experience quality screen content through film festivals and other events.
  • Career development
    To identify emerging talent and establish career pathways through internships and mentoring.
  • Industry partnerships
    Funding to build industry capability, skills development and career enhancement.
  • Production finance
    Support for the production of distinct Territory stories and creative content from Territory screen practitioners.
  • Story development
    Development of distinctive Territory screen stories across TV drama, features, children's TV, documentary and web series.
  • Travel support
    Travel programs to help Territory practitioners maintain their skills, grow their networks and develop their project slates.
  • Seniors Month
    For organisations to encourage older people to have a healthy lifestyle, become involved in a new activity, connect to the community or to create opportunities for continued involvement in activities.
  • National Youth Week
    For individuals, groups, clubs, schools, organisations and businesses to provide youth engagement activities held during National Youth Week.
  • Youth Affairs - Quick Response - Individual
    Individual - to assist young Territorians to access a variety of youth initiated events and personal development programs.
  • Youth Affairs - Quick Response Group
    To assist young Territorians to access a variety of youth initiated events and personal development programs.
  • Youth Vibe
    For organisations to provide youth engagement activities during the major school holidays.