Community Housing Grants Program

Providing safe and secure housing outcomes for all vulnerable Western Australians.
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The Community Housing Grants Program supports community housing providers to deliver newly constructed community housing, refurbish existing community housing stock that may be nearing its end of useful life and undertake maintenance on housing stock in regional and remote communities. 

Through the Community Housing Grants Program, the Department of Communities is providing over $152 million for new and upgraded community housing for hundreds of WA’s most vulnerable people.

Current grant recipients include:

For more information, please contact the Community Housing Grants Program Team via

Regional Grants Round

On 15 March 2024, the State Government announced an additional $50 million in grant funding in a bid to help increase the supply and diversity of new and refurbished social housing projects in regional WA. 

Registered community housing providers are invited to submit well-progressed proposals through the Call for Submissions process, for this funding. 

The $50 million grant funding is being made available for projects that meet requirements, specifically, in the South West, Great Southern, Wheatbelt, Goldfields, Midwest/Gascoyne, Pilbara, and the Kimberley regions. 

If you are a registered community housing provider and would like to lodge a submission, visit Community Housing Organisations for more information. 


Media release

Over $16 million awarded to remote Aboriginal communities

The State Government has awarded $16.7 million in grant funding to Aboriginal organisations to undertake essential maintenance and upgrade housing in remote areas of Western Australia that will help to extend the lifespan of properties.