Community & Business

5 July, 2024

Funds improve connectivity

HOUSEHOLDS in rural and regional areas with frustratingly weak or unstable internet and mobile phone connections may be eligible to receive up $1000 towards buying additional equipment that could improve their connectivity.

Funds improve connectivity - feature photo

Gulf Savannah NRM is inviting expressions of interest by people who want improved mobile and internet access.

Anyone interested must submit an expression of interest by Sunday 28 July at 

The organisation will then get in touch for additional information about specific connection issues to check eligibility for the project. 

To be eligible, people must live in Mareeba, Etheridge or Croydon Shires.

The project is supported by the Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal, through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.


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