Quad bike safety rebate
We are offering two rebates, totalling up to $2,000 towards the purchase of a safer side-by-side vehicle
s, operator protective devices and compliant helmets. The rebate can also be used to purchase one drone providing the applicant already owns and uses a quad bike or side-by-side vehicle on their property.
What does the rebate package cover?
- Up to $2,000 for an agricultural side-by-side vehicle (SSV)
- Up to $600 for each Quadbar ™ or ATV Lifeguard Operator Protective Device (OPD)
- Up to $500 for a drone
- Up to $90 for each helmet compliant to AS/NZS1698:2006, NZS8600:2002, UNECE22.05.
- Up to $90 for a helmet compliant to AS/NZS1698:2006, NZS8600:2002, UNECE22.05.
See the terms and conditions of the rebate application form for full requirements.
Who is eligible for the rebates?
Person operating an agricultural business
Worker of a person operating an agricultural business
To be eligible for a drone rebate you must already own an agricultural quad bike or side-by-side vehicle and meet the other terms and conditions of the Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program.
To find out more about your eligibility visit NSW Farmers Association.
How do I apply for the rebates?
To apply for a rebate applicants must attend an eligible interaction with SafeWork NSW on quad bike safety prior to the purchase of any eligible safety solutions.
There are five easy steps to apply for a rebate:
- Check your eligibility using the eligibility checklist above
- Attend an eligible interaction with SafeWork NSW by:
- Select a safety solution that is eligible for the rebate program
- Claim up to $2,000 per eligible farming business owner
- Farm workers can claim one helmet each up to the value of $90
- Visit NSW Farmers Association and fill out the application form
- Note: Application forms must be submitted within 6 months of attending an eligible interaction. After this, you will need to attend a new eligible interaction.
- Attach your paid tax invoices along with any other required documentation to your application and submit it to the NSW Farmers Association either by email or Australia Post.