Register your project proposal—Peri-Urban Mobile Program Round 2

Local Councils and community groups are invited to submit potential mobile coverage, reception and quality of service improvement issues that will assist Mobile Network Operators and Mobile Network Infrastructure providers develop new infrastructure proposals for Round 2 of the Peri-Urban Mobile Program (PUMP).

Note, the Noticeboard is not accepting submissions from private individuals.

Before submitting your project proposal, please consider the eligibility criteria in the PUMP grant opportunity guidelines.

The Noticeboard is only for the purposes of informing applications during Round 2 of the PUMP. It will remain open for submissions until the closing date for applications for this round.

Please also note the Privacy Collection Notice and explanatory text below. All information you enter on this page, including the personal and contact information may be published on the department’s website.

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Note: This can be a town, suburb or street address. Please check the National Map to ensure the location you are nominating is within an eligible area. Multiple locations can be nominated.
Note: Please limit the project description to 650 characters with spaces. Please describe the nature of the issue and its impacts, organisations that support your project, and any other relevant information.

Contact details

These contact details will be published on the Noticeboard. Please ensure you provide contact details which are suitable for a public Noticeboard. You do not have to provide all contact details. You may provide a switchboard phone number or a shared email address. Noticeboard entries which do not provide any contact details will not be published.

Note: please provide a contact name, phone number and email address.

Thank you for registering your project proposal for inclusion on the PUMP Round 2 – Project Noticeboard. All project proposals are subject to review prior to being added to the Noticeboard. If you have any questions about the Noticeboard the team can be contacted by email at  

Note that inclusion on the project Noticeboard does not mean that the project has been funded or endorsed by the Australian Government nor guarantee that an eligible telecommunications industry member will make an application at the proposed project locations. Further information regarding the proposed application process and assessment criteria for PUMP is available in the Draft PUMP - Round 2 grant opportunity guidelines, found here. The department has the right to reject submissions to the Noticeboard at its absolute discretion and to adjust the wording or language for clarity or brevity.

Privacy Collection Notice (Australian Privacy Principle 5)

The department is collecting personal information on this form for the purposes of promoting project proposals related to PUMP Round 2 in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988. The department will use your personal information to share your project proposal, including the contact details you provide, publicly on our website. If you do not provide the information requested, the department will not be able to publish your project proposal.

Other than as detailed above, the department will not disclose your information to any third parties, other than where disclosure is required by law or with express consent. The department’s privacy policy contains information regarding complaint handling processes and how to access and/or seek correction of personal information held by the department.

The Privacy Officer can be contacted on (02) 6274 6495 or by email:

The PUMP team can be contacted by email at