Crown land news & media releases
COVID-19 rental relief for Crown land lease and licence holders
Eligible businesses and not-for-profits that lease or license Crown land and endured financial losses during COVID-19 will be able to apply for rent relief from the NSW Government.
NSW showgrounds get extra $10.77 million funding
Hundreds more shovel-ready projects to repair and renew showgrounds across the State will be supported with an additional $10.77 million in funding from the NSW Government.
Upgrades keep Tibooburra Aerodrome flying high
One of NSW’s most remote aerodromes at Tibooburra continues to be a shining light for outback communities following the installation of new solar lighting to provide 24-hour emergency access for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Applications Open for $14 Million Crown Reserves Improvement Fund
Crown land managers and community groups that use Crown land are invited to apply for a share of $14 million in grants to upgrade and maintain community facilities and reserves across NSW.
Free course for volunteer Crown Land managers
The NSW Government is offering a free course run by the Australian Institute of Company Directors for people who are existing or potential Crown Land managers.
Land to support veterans aged care facility
The NSW Government has approved the sale of a 2.5 hectare block of Crown Land at Noraville, near Norah Head, to the Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel.
Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail opens
The first NSW Government-funded rail trail has officially opened at Tumbarumba providing a recreation and tourism asset for the region.
NSW Government partners with Barkandji people to bring improved health services to the Murray
The NSW Government has signed a landmark agreement with the Barkandji and Malyangapa Aboriginal communities to deliver a new integrated HealthOne facility in the Murray River town of Buronga.
Community at the heart of Katoomba Airfield lease decision
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has declined an application for a lease at Katoomba Airfield in response to community feedback.
$250,000 dredging contract awarded for Swansea
The NSW Government has awarded a $250,000 contract for more dredging work in Swansea Channel.