The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Program is a Queensland Government (through Arts Queensland) and local government partnership to support arts and cultural activities across the State.

Each year, the Goondiwindi Regional Council lodges a bid to Arts Queensland for an allocation of RADF grants. The bid is prepared by the RADF Liaison Officer and RADF Committee. It reflects the arts and cultural priorities of the Goondiwindi Regional Council and Arts Queensland in the proposed activities and initiatives, which have been informed by community consultation.

The allocation of funds received from Arts Queensland is combined with Council's own contribution and surplus funds rolled over from previous years. This gives Council its annual RADF budget which is then made available to the community through published funding rounds.

Further information can be found on the Arts Queensland website at: www.arts.qld.gov.au/funding/radf.html.

2016/17 Round 1 Funding Applications



Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)


2016/17 Round 1 Funding Applications


Applications are currently being called from organisations and individuals interested in seeking funding to complete arts and / or cultural activities.  This funding is made available under the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) in partnership with the Goondiwindi Regional Council.

To be eligible for funding, applicants must be residents of the Goondiwindi Regional Council area, Australian citizens or a permanent resident and be the holder of an ABN.  Applications must comply with one or more of the following categories: 

1. Developing regional skills

2. Building Community Cultural Capacity

3. Cultural Tourism

4. Arts based health & wellbeing projects

Applications must be completed and submitted to Goondiwindi Regional Council, LMB 7, Inglewood QLD 4387, before the close of business on Friday 3rd March 2017.  

Funding Guidelines and Application forms are available below.

For further information or to obtain an application package contact Council’s RADF Liaison Officer David Hayward on (07) 4653 2615 or 0428 719 083.

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