Home buyer government grants and rebates

Discover what’s available in your state and explore the eligibility requirements for the First Home Buyer Grant and other assistance scheme.

State-by-state breakdown of government grants and rebates

(as of 31st March 2021) 

The First Home Buyer Grant (FHOG) may be available to people who are building or buying their first home. Eligibility requirements and amounts available (from $10,000 to $20,000) vary from state to state. You can find more information here:

NSW grants and rebates

  • NSW First Home Buyer Grant – $10,000 (learn more here)

You may also be eligible for a reduction of transfer duty charges through the First Home Buyer Assistance Scheme.

VIC grants and rebates

  • VIC First Home Buyer Grant – $10,000 (learn more here)

You may also be able to apply for a first home buyer duty exemption, concession or reduction.

QLD grants and rebates

  • QLD First Home Buyer Grant – up to $20,000 (learn more here)

You may also qualify for the Regional home building boost grant You may also qualify for the Regional home building boost grant.

WA grants and rebates

  • WA First Home Buyer Grant – $10,000 (learn more here)

You may also be able to apply for a first home owner rate of duty.

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Terms and conditions: All information on this page is intended as an overview and may not necessarily be comprehensive. The information on this page is current as at 31/03/2021.  To assess your eligibility for the above grants, and to explore further concessions and rebates, visit the relevant state government websites from the table above or talk to your financial advisor.'