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Infrastructure investment

Transport is a major contributor to economic outcomes. The transport sector represents 4.4 percent of GDP, and almost half of Australia’s major infrastructure construction is undertaken within the transport sector.

Investment in and delivery of publicly owned transport infrastructure is the responsibility of all three levels of government. The Australian Government has committed over $75 billion for the next 10 years to transport infrastructure across Australia. This investment is assisting in building more liveable cities, enabling better-connected regional communities, driving key productivity improvements and creating safer roads.

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New South Wales Government

In February 2015, the NSW Government announced $50 million towards the major redevelopment of Macksville Hospital. The redevelopment is expected to enhance patient care at Macksville Hospital while also improving ambulatory care and outpatient treatments. The Local Health District is currently finalising the Clinical Services Plan (CSP). The CSP provides a roadmap for public health services in the region, and a guide for how services will be structured and organised in the future, at that facility.

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South Australian Government

The Noarlunga Health Service redevelopment will deliver a new 30 bed ward, increase the capacity of the dialysis unit to cater for 16 patients, and redevelop the day procedure and operating theatre areas.

An artist's impression of Western Sydney Airport

The Australian Government is investing up to $5.3 billion in Western Sydney Airport through the Government-owned company, WSA Co, which is responsible for building the airport. The airport is a transformational infrastructure project that will provide much needed additional aviation capacity to meet Sydney’s growing demand for air services. The project will also generate economic activity and provide employment opportunities closer to home for people in Western Sydney. Set to open in 2026, Stage 1 of the airport will have a single 3.7-kilometre runway, capable of handling the full range of domestic, international and freight aircraft, including the Airbus A380. Initially the airport will handle around 5 million annual passengers, growing to around 10 million annual passengers five years after opening—similar in size to Adelaide Airport today.

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South Australian Government

Implementation of an enterprise patient administration system to deliver a statewide integrated electronic health record at all metropolitan hospitals, GP Plus centres and two country health services.

Metro Tunnel

This project has private investors

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The Melbourne Metro Rail Project will create a new end-to-end rail line from Sunbury in the west to Cranbourne-Pakenham in the south-east, with high capacity trains and five new underground stations at Arden, Parkville, in the CBD and at Domain. Melbourne Metro’s twin nine-kilometre tunnels will take two of the busiest rail lines out of the City Loop, creating space for more trains to run more often across Melbourne’s rail network.

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South Australian Government

Construction of 2.3 kilometres of road between Southern Expressway and Ayliffes Road at Darlington

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New South Wales Government

In March 2015, the NSW Government announced $50 million to upgrade Bowral Hospital. The redevelopment is expected to deliver upgraded facilities at Bowral Hospital to provide improved access to services and meet future demand. The Local Health District is currently finalising the Clinical Services Plan (CSP). The CSP provides a roadmap for public health services in the region, and a guide for how services will be structured and organised in the future, at the facility.

Agriculture and Food New Metropolitan Facility

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Western Australian Government

New head office, bio-security and research facilities.

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