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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.

NICS will continue to be updated as specific project information and commitments are announced by the Australian, state and territory governments.

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Queensland Government

The redevelopment will enable the delivery of contemporary and future models of care for the entire community into the future to increase the range of surgical services. This project will increase the number of patient treatment spaces, to improve the hospital’s role as a hub for trauma, paediatric, obstetric, rehabilitation and mental health services.

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Queensland Government

Construction of a new mental Health facility for the Cairns community. The project will co-locate inpatient and community mental health services into a mental health precinct.

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South Australian Government

The planned electrification of the Outer Harbor line is currently suspended.

Rockhampton Hospital Expansion

This project is under construction

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Queensland Government

The Redevelopment and upgrade of major clinical areas across the hospital campus including accident and emergency, central sterilisation services, a new ward block, an upgraded kitchen, hotel services and new theatres.

Tamworth Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 2

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

This is a major redevelopment of the Tamworth Hospital, which will provide increased capacity and improved facilities for patients. The $211 million redevelopment is funded by $91 million from the NSW Government and $120 million from the Australian Government's Health and Hospitals Fund (HHF).

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Queensland Government

The project is being delivered by the Queensland Government (through the Department of Transport and Main Roads), in partnership with the Australian Government and Gold Coast City Council. Gold Coast Rapid Transit has secured funding commitments, from three levels of government (local, state and federal). These funds will deliver Stage One of the system, which is the priority route from Griffith University (Parklands Drive, Southport) to Broadbeach. This 13km dedicated light rail corridor will service the new Gold Coast University Hospital, Griffith University, Southport medical precinct, as well as the fast growing commercial, retail and recreational centres of Southport, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. There are 16 stations planned for the Stage One corridor.

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Western Australian Government

Improve access to Perth Airport and the Kewdale industrial precinct.

Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

The Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment has been planned to enable the progressive redevelopment of the whole site through a number of discreet phases of construction and will allow hospital operations to continue throughout its redevelopment. The $282.1 million redevelopment project is funded under the Health and Hospitals Fund Program (HHF) with the NSW Government providing $215 million and the Australian Government contributing $55.1 million. A further $12 million has been allocated from the Australian Government under the COAG New Sub Acute Beds Guarantee for 20 sub acute mental health beds.

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