Seeking comment on the Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant

​​​​The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources is seeking comments on the new Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant announced by the Australian Government on 2 December 2016.

This grant aims to encourage and increase Australian wine tourism.

Read the consultation paper

Before we commence with grant applications we are seeking the wine industry’s views on whether the grant’s proposed design is practical.

The Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant Consultation Paper outlines the design of the grant and must be read in order to make a submission.

The consultation paper is now available for reviewing with submissions now being accepted. Engagement closes at 5:00pm AEST 11 April 2017.

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Make a submission

To make a submission:

  1. Read the consultation paper first.
  2. Provide your feedback via email to Wine Grant.
  3. Include the name of your organisation (or your name if you are making a submission on your own behalf) and contact details in your submission.

Privacy statement

‘Personal information’ means any information or opinion about an identified, or reasonably identifiable, individual.

The collection of personal information by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources in relation to this submission is for the purposes of gathering opinions on the Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant Consultation Paper and related purposes. You are under no obligation to provide personal information but if you do not, the department will be unable to contact you to discuss or respond to your submission.

Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982, submissions marked confidential may be made available. Such requests will be determined in accordance with provisions under that Act.

Personal information may be published on the department’s website, disclosed to other Australian agencies, persons or organisations where necessary for these purposes, provided the disclosure is consistent with relevant laws, in particular the Privacy Act 1988. Your personal information will be used and stored in accordance with the Privacy Principles.

See the department’s Privacy Policy to learn more about accessing or correcting personal information or making a complaint. Alternatively, telephone the department on +61 2 6272 3933.

Confidential information

If any part of the information you provide is confidential, please mark your whole submission as confidential.