Go Local campaign
Cyclone Debbie devastated many Queensland communities and their local economies. Farmers were hit hard and many small businesses had to close their doors.
The worst may be over, but it's now more important than ever to Go Local and give small business your business.
The ‘Go Local’ initiative aims to help businesses promote their products and services, and encourages Queenslanders to use a local business to help farmers, businesses and communities get back on their feet faster.
Rebuilding your business
A range of financial assistance packages and support services are available for businesses and primary producers affected by Cyclone Debbie.
If you need help with repair works after Cyclone Debbie, find a local tradie via:
- Building and Tradie Assistance Register
- electrical licence holder search
- local licensed contractor directory.
For businesses that have reopened their doors following Cyclone Debbie we say 'welcome back'.
We want to help your small business get customers back in the door.
This advertising toolkit provides downloadable resources your business can use to help promote your goods and services locally under the Go Local brand.
Tag #GoLocalQld on social media or use the supporter images and posters to promote buying locally and support Queensland small businesses.
- Last reviewed: 14 Jun 2017
- Last updated: 12 Jul 2017