If our grant programs are closed or your proposal falls outside our guidelines, you could try accessing grants through other agencies and organisations.

Grants Hub

We have partnered with GrantGuru to provide a live list of grant and funding opportunities available for the Great Southern. This resource is free to use, and allows you to set alerts for opportunities in your sector – never miss a relevant opportunity again.

Search the Grants Hub to find available grants and funding opportunities through other agencies and organisations, and to get all the latest tips, guidance and support for your application.

For a small selection of our current picks from the Grants Hub, click here. 

Other sources of funding


New Industries Fund

The WA Government offers a range of grant and funding opportunities across sectors, accessible through the Grants Hub. If you are a WA-based business or innovator still growing and not yet established enough for many of these grant opportunities, check out the Innovation Booster Grant, and Commercialisation Bridge Grant.

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal

The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) has been established as a partnership between philanthropy, governments, and business to stimulate rural and regional renewal in Australia. Funding is available for projects that meet FRRR guidelines and have real potential to achieve significant results for people within rural and regional Australia.

Learn more about Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal.


Lotterywest’s vision, as the only government-owned lottery in Australia, is to build a better Western Australia together. They do this by working with organisations across the state to deliver projects and initiatives that achieve outcomes for our communities, within their five priority areas: inclusive thriving community, connected cultural experiences, protected sustainable ecosystems, smart innovative society, and active healthy people.

Learn more about Lotterywest.


Healthway fund sports arts, racing, community activities, health promotion projects and research to inspire Western Australians, especially young people, to live healthier lives. They work with organisations to fund the creation of programs and activities that encourage good health now, and into the future.

Learn more about Healthway.