State Budget 2018-19

All 2018-19 State Budget media releases can be accessed at statebudget.sa.gov.au and below:

State Budget returns to surplus as Marshall Government delivers on all its promises and cleans up Labor’s mess

$738 million in spending to create jobs, grow the economy and attract new business to South Australia

State Budget delivers $613.1m in tax cuts to lower costs, create jobs and drive investment

South Australians to benefit from better services

Building infrastructure to grow the SA economy

Major $773 million investment in SA’s regions to improve services, roads and drive economic growth

Major $476.2m investment in former RAH site kickstarting jobs

Driving defence jobs

Funding boost for artists and facilities

Department of Premier and Cabinet changes mark new priorities

Greater accountability in the delivery of justice

Healing the wrongs of the past

Reforming the administration of gambling

Record investment in education a hallmark of Marshall Liberal Government’s first budget

State Government to accelerate build of three new schools

Investment in literacy guaranteed

New Trade Offices to boost South Australia’s exports

Showcasing SA to the world through increased funding to attract major events

State Government delivers key election commitments in Human Services

State Government commits $11.9 million to address scourge of domestic violence

State Government allocates $118 million for housing and homelessness per year

State Budget delivers funding for more than 20,000 new apprenticeships and traineeships

State Budget delivers better health services

Repairing the damage to our hospitals

State Government invests in regional health

Sustainable, efficient health services

Renewing the focus on cheaper electricity

State Government makes child protection a priority

State Budget provides big boost for regional SA

Building better regions

Boosting the delivery of emergency services

Building better prisons after 16 years of Labor neglect

State Government building better sports facilities for all to enjoy

Environmental recreation gets big boost

Coasts and parks a priority for State Government

Building an infrastructure pipeline

Major investment in regional roads

Putting the public back into public transport

 


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