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NSW State Budget 2022-23

The 2022-23 NSW State Budget was handed down by Treasurer, Matt Kean on 21 June 2022. The budget focuses on easing cost of living pressures along with a commitment by the State to ensure more affordable housing. We have listed some of the measures announced.  

NSW Small Business Support Program

Eligible businesses can receive 20% of their weekly payroll paid as a lump sum for the month of February 2022. The minimum payment will be $750 per week and the maximum payment is set at $5,000 per week. Non-employing businesses will receive a lump sum of $2,000 (i.e., $500 per week).


The NSW Government has announced a new financial support package to assist businesses being impacted by the Omicron wave.

Supporting corporate well-being in a lock-down world

In a lock-down world, how do you connect with your team, become physically active, and remain mentally healthy? Find out how  the team at Moore Australia’s Sydney office have been looking for new ways to remain connected and support mental and physical wellbeing.

Update: NSW government releases further information in relation to COVID-19 support

Update on 16 July 2021: The New South Wales government has released some further information in relation to certain relief announced as part of their economic support package on 13 July 2021 for businesses and individuals impacted by the extended lockdowns.  

Further COVID-19 support announced by NSW and Federal governments

The NSW and Federal governments announced further support for businesses and individuals impacted by the extended lockdown in New South Wales.  

NSW State Budget: 2021-22

On 22 June 2021 New South Wales Honourable Dominic Perrottet delivered the 2021-22 state budget, focussing on COVID safety measures along with targeted spending to assist small business and large spending packages on infrastructure and disaster recovery.