Communities recovering from bushfires, floods and other natural disasters now have access to a new one-stop-shop of vital information.
Deputy Premier John Barilaro said the Black Summer bushfires and recent storm and flood events had devastated parts of the state, and the NSW Nationals in the state government’s priority was to continue support for those communities affected and better prepare for the future.
“In times of crisis and throughout the recovery process it is crucial to have access to reliable information and resources, which is why, through Resilience NSW, we have created a one-stop-shop online hub for communities to get help when they need it most,” Mr Barilaro said.
“The new Resilience NSW online hub has been designed for use on mobile phones, tablets and computers and has more than 17 state and federal agencies represented, providing access to all vital information through one portal.”
More than 270 web pages under the Resilience NSW banner have been transformed into one central resource.
The NSW Nationals in the state government are committed to making life easier when natural disasters strike and people are trying to get back on their feet.
The NSW Nationals in the state government want to ensure the state is better prepared for disasters, and the improvements to the Resilience NSW hub will ensure that.
The new Resilience NSW hub is located at nsw.gov.au/resilience-nsw.