Farm Household Allowance data dashboard

Farm Household Allowance (FHA) provides eligible farmers and their partners experiencing financial hardship with assistance through planning and training for long-term financial improvements as well as income support for up to four years.

A breakdown of state by state data relating to FHA claim status is below, as at 5 June 2020. Updated monthly.

 

New South Wales

5,673 NSW farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA since 2014

Potentially 4,100 eligible farmers/farmers’ partners have not yet applied

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Victoria

3,640 Victorian farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA since 2014

Potentially 6,100 eligible farmers/farmers’ partners have not yet applied

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Queensland

3,676 Queensland farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA since 2014

Potentially 5,500 eligible farmers/farmers’ partners have not yet applied

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South Australia

1,436 SA farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA since 2014

Potentially 2,000 eligible farmers/farmers’ partners have not yet applied

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Western Australia

303 WA farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA since 2014

Potentially 2,100 eligible farmers/farmers’ partners have not yet applied

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Tasmania

166 Tasmanian farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA since 2014

Potentially 600 eligible farmers/farmers’ partners have not yet applied

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Eligible farmers (and their partners) estimated to nearest 100. Around 25 farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA in the Northern Territory and less than 20 farmers/farmers’ partners have been granted FHA in the Australian Capital Territory. Less than 100 farmers/farmers’ partners are estimated eligible for FHA in the Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory. This infographic reflects data from the Department of Human Services, ABARES Farm Survey Data and the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Numbers are as at 5 June 2020. Note that some data is rounded and should not be totalled for national figures.

Apply for Farm Household Allowance

Don’t self assess. Find out today if you’re eligible for the FHA program. Call the Farmer Assistance hotline (132 316).

Rural Financial Counsellors can also help you complete your application for FHA. It’s a free service.

Don’t have a Rural Financial Counsellor? Find one near you at Rural Financial Counselling Service or call 1800 686 175.

Remember, you don’t have to be in drought to apply for help.

 

 


 

 

 

 
Last reviewed: 17 June 2020
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