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The 2021-22 Tasmanian Budget delivers on our plan to secure Tasmania’s future.

It builds on the strong foundations this Government has established - growing our economy, creating jobs, supporting business, and connecting the skills and training Tasmanians need to grasp the opportunities ahead. We are delivering the biggest health spend in Tasmania’s history, a record spend into education, skills and training and we’re helping more Tasmanians into homes. This Budget invests in climate action and renewable initiatives, and provides a more competitive tax system – one that is fair, sensible and sustainable.

This Budget is based on listening to what the Tasmanian community wants and providing support where it is most needed. It delivers on our plan to secure Tasmania’s future.

  • $10M for Stage 2 of the $30M Kingston Health Centre upgrades^
  • $3M for improvements at the Hastings Thermal Pool
  • $1M to upgrade the Dover Medical Centre and $300,000 for a new Helipad
  • $18.6M for the $60M Algona Interchange and duplicate the Kingston Bypass from Algona Road to the Huon highway
  • $26.6M for six new Child and Family Learning Centres statewide, including Kingborough
  • $1.75M towards $3M upgrades to the Cockle Creek Camping area and access*
  • $250,000 for upgrades to the Kingborough Basketball stadium
  • $150,000 to upgrade the Huonville Oval for the Huonville Lions Football Club
  • $50,000 for a feasibility study for expansion of netball facilities at Kingborough Sports Centre
  • $150,000 for the refurbishment of Snug Cricket Club clubrooms
  • $150,000 for an extension to the Channel Museum
  • $51,200 for the Launch of Social Enterprise Employment & Diversity (SEED) in Huonville
  • $150,000 construction of a new interpretation centre for the South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation
  • $40,000 for upgrades to the Woodbridge School Oval
  • $80,000 to upgrade facilities at the Port Cygnet Sailing Club
  • $100,000 towards a new roadside footpath to link the Woodbridge Foreshore Walk
  • $300,000 for the Cygnet Jetty
  • $149,916 to develop a creative arts program at West Winds Community Centre
  • $20,000 for a new recreation space and change room facilities at Southport
  • $50,000 for the development of a new Bike Track in the Burton Reserve.
  • $110M for the Royal Hobart Hospital expanded Stage 2 redevelopment^
  • $55.5M to finalise the $85M Southern Remand Centre^
  • $27.8M for State Road upgrades – in the Southern Region*
  • $7.5M for new Angiography suite and equipment upgrade at the RHH^
  • $9M for new ambulance vehicles and equipment#
  • $9M for Critical Infrastructure maintenance at Risdon Prison
  • $40.8M for new paramedics across the State*
  • $15.1M for a major school redevelopment at Cambridge Primary School*
  • $6M to improve the Blundstone Arena stadium
  • $5.58M for the Risdon Prison Shared facilities upgrade
  • $6.5M for a major redevelopment of the Lauderdale Primary School#
  • $2.9M to fund the remaining works at the Southern Support School
  • Finalisation of the $1.8M redevelopment at Montagu Bay Primary School
  • $1.3M for the commencement of Rokeby Stage 3 $55M works – Pass Road to Oakdowns*
  • $8M towards a new multi-sports facility to be built at Bayview Secondary College in Rokeby#
  • $53,000 for new South Arm Penisula Men’s Shed
  • $47,725 for refurbishment of the Clarence District Cricket Club rooms for a history museum
  • $29,620 for a new disability ramp at the Howrah Bowls Club
  • $50,000 for the rebuilding of the Rokeby Cricket Club clubrooms
  • $85,000 for the Risdon Vale Bike Collective program
  • $102,700 for completion of the Lauderdale Football Club clubrooms
  • $150,000 for the expansion of the Clifton Beach Surf Life Saving Club clubrooms
  • $150,000 for the replacement of the jetty at the Geilston Bay Boat Club
  • $75,000 to upgrade the Rosny Park Golf Course Club House
  • $75,000 for the Bedlams Walls Aboriginal Heritage Interpretation Walk
  • $50,000 for upgraded kitchen and toilet facilities at the Sandford Community Hall
  • $20,000 for the installation of new sightscreens at Lindisfarne Cricket Club
  • $39,806 for refurbishment to the South Arm RSL Military Museum and preservation of equipment
  • $67,000 for a new community bus for the South Arm Peninsula Residents Association Inc
  • $117,500 for renovations to the Olympia Football Club clubrooms
  • $200,000 for the Construction of a new seniors’ outdoor exercise park in Clarence

* Over four years # Over three years ^Over two years