Eucalypt Australia provides an opportunity for talented and deserving Australians to undertake a project related to eucalypts that is not readily fundable elsewhere.
Fellowships will be awarded to individual applicants for individual projects that advance the goals of Eucalypt Australia.
- Priority areas for Fellowships are not limited to, but include:
What does the Fellowship Cover?
- The Fellowship covers costs associated with your project such as salary, materials, and travel.
- Applicants must be Australian citizens.
- Applicants must have an active ABN.
- For auditing purposes, Eucalypt Australia only makes awards to applicants with an ABN. If you do not have an ABN you can apply with the Australian Taxation Office, or nominate someone with an ABN who is willing to act as administrator of your Fellowship.
- Applicants need to demonstrate experience in and commitment to the field of their project. There are no prescribed qualifications.
- Tertiary level student projects (including at Masters and PhD level) will be not be funded.
Standard Grant Conditions
- The Grantee will supply a tax invoice to Eucalypt Australia in order for the grant to be paid. The invoice should include an ABN and name on the bank account provided must match the ABN.
- The Grantee will provide a receipt for the grant amount within 30 days of receipt of payment.
- The Grantee will use the whole of the Grant exclusively for the project as described in the application and not for any other purpose.
- The Grantee must promptly advise Eucalypt Australia of any material change which may affect the Grantee’s ability to undertake or complete the Project within the time schedule specified in the application.
- The Grantee will expend the grant for charitable purposes within Australia.
- The Grantee must keep detailed financial records to enable the use of grant funds to be checked readily.
- The Grantee will acknowledge the support of Eucalypt Australia in published or display material that relates to the project.
- The Grantee must submit a final report and financial acquittal when the project is completed. The report is due within 30 days of the completion date specified in the Fellowship Agreement.
- The Fellowship is subject to termination if the Board of the Bjarne K Dahl Trust is of the opinion that continuance is not justified in accordance with the aims and objectives of Eucalypt Australia.
- As well as the above Standard Grant Conditions, the Trust may set additional specific conditions as advised in writing in the Fellowship approval letter. These may include a completion date and specific milestones to be achieved.
- It would be appreciated if Grantees provide photographs of the project that Eucalypt Australia may use. If photographs are provided, it will be assumed that all rights, consents, licenses and permissions have been obtained prior to submitting the images. Images should include appropriate captions, names of people pictured and any acknowledgements required. The provision of information and images will be taken as permission to reproduce and publish.
- Applications will be assessed, based on:
- Need for the project
- Benefits of the project
- How the project builds on the applicant’s current expertise or experience
- Impact and sustainability: how the project will have impact after the Fellowship concludes
- The ability and commitment to disseminate the project outcomes
- References: a) Project Reference, b) Personal Reference
- Curriculum Vitae
- Interview. Shortlisted applicants may be required to attend an interview. This may be conducted by phone or online.
- Notification of outcomes – Monday 2 October 2023
- Fellowship to be undertaken – during 2024.
For more information, visit Dahl Fellowship.