Payments for Indigenous Australians
Payments & services
- Assistance for Isolated Children Scheme
- Baby Bonus
- Carer Allowance
- Child Care Benefit
- Child Care Rebate
- Community Development Employment Projects Supplements
- Crisis Payment
- Disability Support Pension
- Double Orphan Pension
- Family Tax Benefit Part A and Part B
- Income Support Bonus
- Newstart Allowance
- Parenting Payment
- Remote Area Allowance
- Rent Assistance
- Schoolkids Bonus
- Special Benefit
Explore payments based on your situation.
We provide payments to help Indigenous Australians finish studies and to support them while they are looking for work.
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ABSTUDY provides help with costs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians who are studying or undertaking an Australian apprenticeship.
Newstart Allowance provides financial help if you are looking for work and supports you while you take part in activities that may increase your chances of finding a job.
The Assistance for Isolated Children Scheme helps with the extra costs of educating children who cannot go to an appropriate state school on a daily basis because they:
- live in an isolated area
- have a disability
- have special health needs.
You may also be able to get the Remote Area Allowance if you receive certain income support payments, such as Newstart Allowance or Age Pension, and live in a remote area.
There are a range of government and community organisations that provide support services and useful information you may find helpful.
Australia.gov.au connects you to information and services across Australia including comprehensive information for Indigenous Australians.
Indigenous.gov.au connects you to information on Australian Government Indigenous initiatives and programs including early childhood, schooling, health and safety.