The NSW Quad Bike Safety Rebate is designed to support farmers and businesses in NSW improve quad bike safety by investing in key safety items.

This rebate is administered by NSW Farmers Association and funded by SafeWork NSW.

From 1 July 2021, farming is no longer an eligibility requirement. Both primary (farmers) and non-primary producers who operate a quad bike or side-by-side vehicle (SSV) to undertake regular tasks in the workplace will be able to apply for this rebate program.

UPDATE: Over $10.8M in rebates has been paid to eligible farmers since 2016, with limited funding remaining until June 2023.


Rebate summary

The NSW Quad Bike Safety Rebate provided a maximum of $2,000 per ABN to eligible businesses:

Up to $2000 towards the purchase of an eligible SSV
o  The SSV must be from the eligible vehicle list.

Up to $600 for each eligible Operator Protective Device (OPD)
o  Quad Bar Flexi or ATV Lifeguard.

Up to $500 for an eligible drone (1 per ABN)
o  The drone must be from the eligible drone list.

Up to $90 for each compliant helmet
o  AS/NZS 1698:2006 UNECE22.05 or NZS 8600:2002

An eligible worker was eligible for a $90 rebate towards the purchase of one compliant helmet (AS/NZS 1698:2006 UNECE22.05 or NZS 8600:2002).


Things you need to know

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