Australian Government COVID-19 Support Services

May 27, 2020

As we continue to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of those challenges new that we have never considered in the past.


Fortunately Australia has by all accounts performed extremely well, faring much better than many other countries.

Whilst this is great news and signs of a pathway to recovery. As business sectors begin to “switch back on” another set of new challenges will undoubtedly present themselves.


As we can all appreciate, just because the lights are switched back on, doesn’t mean that business is completely back to normal.

Therefore it is now more important than ever, that businesses of any size, receive all levels of support and assistance available.



To assist with identifying what is available for your business.  National Insurance Brokers Australia – NIBA, have compiled and published a summary of support packages, available at both the Federal and State level, which can be downloaded here.


This summary is very easy to follow and I encourage you to review the many options listed and identify the support services available for your business.


All links to government documents and resources have also been compiled into a page on the NIBA website and can accessed via the below link.




CP Insurance Services continues to be committed to support all our valued clients the utmost level of support.


We continue to work remotely having adapted to our new normal working environment.

Our operating hours maintain the same, allowing us to maintain the same level of support that you can expect from us.


Our meetings continue to be held via telephone, we also have ability to meet via video conference.

If you prefer to meet and discuss using this method, please advise our office so we can arrange.


On behalf of the CP Insurance Services team, I wish you, your staff and families continuing health and safety.


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