A funding allocation of $4 million was committed per annum over three years, starting from the 2015/16 financial year. An additional $1.234 million was committed at the start of 2020 to assist councils previously provided partial funding to complete the Program, bringing the total funding amount to $13.234 million. 

The closing date for all applications was 31 October 2018. 

QCoast2100 2.0

The Queensland Government made an election commitment to provide $3 million over two years to expand the QCoast2100 program, to enable eligible local governments to develop and implement Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategies (CHAS). 

The QCoast2100 2.0 Program will consist of four funding programs which will sequentially commence over the 2021/2022 financial year.