Frontline workers enrolled in a face-to-face DV-alert workshop, excluding in-house workshops, who meet all the following criteria:
Your primary place of work is in a regional or remote location with an RA3-RA5 rating. Find out here (select the ASGC Remoteness Areas 2006 option).
Your primary place of work is more than 50km from a workshop in regional or remote location, or more than 100km from a workshop in a metropolitan location.
You have not previously received a travel reimbursement claim for attendance at a DV-alert workshop.
You have completed the entire workshop you are claiming travel reimbursement for.
You are an Australian citizen or permanent resident.
What can be claimed
Frontline workers satisfying the above criteria may be reimbursed a maximum of $220, including GST, for attendance at a one day workshop , or $440, including GST, for attendance at a two days workshop to cover travel and accommodation expenses.
Hotel, motel or caravan park accommodation.
ATO rate per km in person motor vehicle
Bus, train and taxi fares
Car hire, when no cheaper alternative
Petrol or diesel
Change or cancellation fees for travel or accommodation
If the workshop is in a very remote location, you may be able to claim three nights’ accommodation but only within the reimbursement total of $440, including GST.
How to make a claim
Click on the link below. Complete the required fields and follow the instructions on the form.
Remember to retain a copy of your receipts and any other records of your travel costs.
A copy of the form will be emailed to you on submission.