People whose homes have been destroyed in Victoria's bushfires will be able to apply for grants of up to $32,000.
Premier Daniel Andrews toured the northwestern Victorian town of Moyston on Tuesday, where three homes have been destroyed.
He announced re-establishment assistance grants of $32,000 will be available for people whose houses are deemed uninhabitable after the fires.
The government will also waive landfill levies to try to help the clean-up effort.
Mr Andrews said assessors are still tallying the damage wrought.
Since Friday, the 5000ha Moyston blaze also damaged water tanks, razed sheds and claimed countless livestock, before it was brought under control.