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Regional Action Plan

Delivering for
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Delivered in Brisbane The Queensland Budget will directly support

Brisbane with significant expenditure in
Skilling Queenslanders 2018-19 including:
for Work
$37.7 million allocated to for productivity enhancing
infrastructure and capital
provide training to 5,628

people, including 2,974 people works, estimated to support
who have now been employed. around

(July 2015 to April 2018)

jobs in Brisbane.
Ignite Ideas Fund
$14.5 million provided to 109
grant recipients supporting Health

for the Metro North,
start-up of small and medium Metro South and
Queensland businesses to Children’s Health
commercialise market ready
innovative ideas and help them Queensland Hospital
grow in the global market and and Health Services.
create new jobs.
(April 2016 to April 2018)


Advance Queensland for maintenance and
$89.7 million of grants awarded capital work projects for
to 633 applicants to drive schools in Brisbane.
innovation, build on our natural
advantages, and help raise
Brisbane's profile as an attractive
investment destination. Part
of the $650 million Advance
Queensland initiative.
(July 2016 to April 2018) Brisbane will also benefit from:
Apprentice and Trainee Gateway Motorway including $45 million in
2018-19, to widen the
Payroll Tax Rebate
North Upgrade Gateway Motorway North

$19.2 million of rebates to to six lanes between
1,302 businesses to reinvest Nudgee and Bracken
into their business and support
employment. Ridge. Due for completion
(July 2015 to April 2018) in December 2018.

Social Housing

in 2018-19 to expand and
Restoring frontline services improve social housing in
in Brisbane the Brisbane region.
Growth from March 2015 to March 2018

New Performing Arts Venue

1,374 395 981 248
extra extra extra extra to build a new $150 million
nurses doctors teachers teacher aides performing arts venue at
up up up up South Bank.
14.3% 12.6% 10.7% 13.7%
DELIVERING FOR BRISBANE 15 Alexandra Hills State
High School - additional
The Queensland Government is investing in Brisbane by delivering a diverse $1.1 million in 2018-19 out
range of projects and initiatives, including: of a $3.8 million total spend
to construct a new building -
three learning areas and two
specialist spaces.
1 Gateway Motorway North 6 Northshore Hamilton 11 Boggo Road Precinct
upgrade $16 million in 2018-19 out redevelopment 16 Elderly Parent Carer
$45 million in 2018-19 of a $327.2 million total $1.9 million in 2018-19 out of Innovation Initiative -
out of a $1.143 billion spend for the urban renewal a $42.1 million total spend to Alexandra Hills
total spend to widen the development in Queensland’s redevelop the heritage-listed $421,500 in 2018-19 out
road to six lanes between largest waterfront project. Boggo Road Gaol and revitalise of an $843,000 total spend
Nudgee and Bracken Ridge, the surrounding precinct. to assist elderly parents to
due for completion in 7 New secondary school in secure sustainable living
December 2018. Delivered Fortitude Valley 12 Princess Alexandra Hospital arrangements for their adult
in partnership with the $41.9 million in 2018-19 out $13.2 million in 2018-19 out of a sons or daughters with
Australian Government. of a $73.4 million total spend $45.5 million total spend for the disability.
for stage 1 of construction of removal and replacement of
2 Zillmere Sports Centre a new secondary school. Part non-conforming external cladding. 17 Cleveland District State
$2.5 million in 2018-19 out of the Building Future Schools High School
of a $5.5 million total spend Fund. $2.7 million in 2018-19 out
to transform a government- of an $18 million total spend
owned warehouse into an 8 New performing arts venue to construct a new building
indoor sports complex and $5 million in 2018-19 towards - 14 learning areas, four
the new home of the Wizards a new $150 million performing specialist areas, and a new
basketball club. arts venue at the Queensland MORETON
multi-purpose hall.
Performing Arts Centre.
3 Ferny Grove State
ISLAND 18 Redland Hospital upgrades
High School - additional $375,000 in 2018-19 out of
classrooms a $1.73 million total spend to
$1.6 million in 2018-19 out upgrade the Redland Hospital,
of a $12.2 million total spend including a new water birthing
to construct a new building suite in the maternity unit and
- 15 learning areas and six Bald Hills four additional beds in the
specialist areas. Emergency Department.
4 Elderly Parent Carer Airport 19 Redland Hospital additional
Innovation Initiative - works
Enoggera $3.1 million in 2018-19 out
$450,838 in 2018-19 out of a $3.6 million total spend
of a $751,397 total spend to replace the fire indicator
to assist elderly parents to NORTH panels and emergency
secure sustainable living STRADBROKE warning systems and upgrade
arrangements for their adult ISLAND the warm water loop system.
sons or daughters with Cleveland
Bellbowrie 20 IndigiScapes Expansion
5 North Brisbane Bikeway - Calamvale $641,296 in 2018-19 out
Windsor to Wooloowin Redland Bay of a $916,137 total spend
$5.7 million in 2018-19 out to construct stage 2 of the
of a $17.2 million total spend Redlands IndigiScapes Centre
to construct cycleways from expansion including upgrades
Somerset Street to Rigby and additional public
Street, then to Price Street, amenities, and construction
as part of the North Brisbane of the ‘Welcome to Country’
Bikeway. Due for completion 9 West End State School - 13 Chandler replacement space featuring the culture of
in October 2021. additional classrooms permanent fire and the Quandamooka people.
$4.3 million in 2018-19 out of rescue station Part of the 2017-19 Local
a $4.5 million total spend to Government Grants and
SUNSHINE $1 million in 2018-19 out of a
construct additional classrooms Subsidies Program.
BAY $4 million total spend to replace
- stage 1. Part of the Building the Chandler permanent fire and 21 Salisbury Train Station
FAR NORTH BRISBANE Future Schools Fund. rescue station.
QUEENSLAND IPSWICH Park’n’Ride upgrade
10 Thomas Dixon Centre 14 Yeerongpilly Green Transit $4.1 million in 2018-19 out
$10 million in 2018-19 out Oriented Development of a $14.5 million total spend
TOWNSVILLE of a $14 million total spend to upgrade the Salisbury
$16 million in 2018-19 out of a
towards the refurbishment and Station Park’n’Ride facility to
MACKAY-WHITSUNDAY $71.4 million total spend for a
CENTRAL expansion of the Thomas Dixon provide an additional 300 car
OUTBACK QUEENSLAND mixed-use urban development
QUEENSLAND Centre to provide enhanced spaces, due for completion in
WIDE BAY including retail, commercial and
performance facilities for June 2021.
residential buildings and other
DOWNS QUEENSLAND Queensland Ballet. amenities.
22 Queensland State Netball KEY
Cross River Rail
Centre Community wellbeing
$15.6 million in 2018-19 out
of a $44 million total spend Utilities Queensland’s number one infrastructure project,
to develop the state-of-the- Cross River Rail, will continue during 2018-19 with
art Queensland State Netball Health
$733 million allocated to progress the planning,
Centre. Delivered in partnership Education procurement and development associated with this
with the Australian Government.
Transport and roads vital $5.409 billion project.
23 Centenary Motorway
Sumners Road interchange Justice and safety The 10.2 kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen
upgrade Hills will ease congestion, improve network reliability
$14.9 million in 2018-19 out Government services
of a $65 million total spend to
and increase accessibility to the Brisbane CBD. By
Recreation and culture removing the bottleneck at the core of South East
construct a second overpass
bridge on Sumners Road over Queensland’s rail network, Cross River Rail will allow
the Centenary Motorway and S/R Statewide/region-wide
more trains to run more often enabling a ‘turn-up-and-
install traffic lights. Due for
Election commitment go’ transport system that benefits the entire region.
completion in March 2021.
Partially funded by the State
Infrastructure Fund. Four new high capacity and two upgraded stations will
29 Northern Transitway be developed at Boggo Road, Woolloongabba, Albert
24 Eight Mile Plains Bus Station $5.8 million in 2018-19
Park‘n’Ride upgrade out of a $53 million total
Street, Roma Street, Dutton Park and the Exhibition
$2.4 million in 2018-19 out of spend to deliver continuous showgrounds.
a $4.5 million total spend to dedicated bus lanes during
upgrade the Eight Mile Plains peak hours from Chermside The Government recognises the potential of this
Bus Station Park’n’Ride facility to Kedron while retaining all infrastructure to create jobs and economic growth.
to provide an additional 200 existing lanes. This is why the Palaszczuk Government has committed
car spaces, due for completion
in August 2019.
30 First 5 Forever to fully fund the $5.409 billion project.
$397,000 in 2018-19 to
25 Naree Budjong Djara National deliver the First 5 Forever During 2017-18, the Cross River Rail project has
Park - North Stradbroke family literacy initiative which progressed to the early works and procurement
Island investment helps parents and carers phase, under the oversight of the Cross River Rail
$2.5 million in 2018-19 to to improve development
provide new recreation and outcomes for children 0-5 Delivery Authority. Contractors have been shortlisted
visitor facilities, infrastructure years. for the two major works packages – a consortia for the
and equipment to support Tunnel, Stations and Development via a public-private
the North Stradbroke Island
31 Planning for Inner City
initiative. South High School partnership, and the Rail, Integration and Systems
$2.2 million in 2018-19 out alliance. Cross River Rail construction is due to be
26 Stretton State College of a $2.7 million total spend completed in 2024.
- additional classrooms for planning for Inner City
(primary) South High School. Part of the The Government has requested the Delivery Authority
$3.6 million in 2018-19 out Building Future Schools Fund.
of a $14 million total spend to to consider the Brisbane Live proposal as part of
construct a new building - 18
32 Screen Production Facility its precinct planning for Roma Street, with Building
learning areas. S/R $3.8 million in 2018-19 out Queensland to undertake an independent business
of a $12 million total spend to
27 North Stradbroke Island establish a screen production case assessment. Building Queensland will be
Economic Transition Strategy facility in Brisbane. Part of the preparing an assessment with support from the
$16.4 million in 2018-19 out Advance Queensland Screen Delivery Authority, which is expected to be completed
of a $24.8 million total spend Industry 10-Year Roadmap
to deliver projects to diversify and Action Plan. in late 2018.
and grow local industry and
business and expand education
33 Skilling Queenslanders
and training opportunities. for Work
$14.6 million in 2018-19
28 Eastern Transitway S/R
out of a $420 million total
$1.8 million in 2018-19 out spend statewide to fund
of a $22 million total spend to more training opportunities
deliver the Eastern Transitway and increase workforce
with upgrades to five major participation.
intersections, located at
Cavendish Road,
Bennetts Road, Boundary
Road, Gallipoli Road and Creek
Train tunnel artist impression

Road, which will include bus

prioritisation on Old Cleveland
Please note: Not all Government
expenditure for the region is shown.
Dollar amounts may include capital and
operating expenditure, though may not
represent the entire funding allocated.
2018-19 Budget delivering for Queensland
The 2018-19 Budget supports the delivery of the Palaszczuk Government’s

Jobs election commitments and includes measures focused on building the
supported by infrastructure our community needs and expects, supporting the delivery
of services for all Queenslanders and developing the skills needed in a
changing economy.
program over
four years
$45.8B Since January 2015 approximately
150,000 jobs have been created in
Queensland. This Budget will continue
$200 million over three years to
extend Works for Queensland for
regional maintenance and minor
to support job creation and deliver for infrastructure works

Total spend on
road and Queenslanders, with key initiatives
$40 million over two years for
transport including:
the Growth Area and Regional
$808 million over seven years for Infrastructure Investment Fund
Back to Work
over four years $369M the Building Future Schools Fund
to deliver world-class learning
environments and address
additional funding to bring
Advance Queensland support to
$650 million
enrolment growth
Education and
training $14.1B $109.6 million over two years to
increase nurse navigators to 400
a further $155 million to extend
the Back to Work regional
program to continue to provide
and $57 million over four years to

support payments to employers,
Health recruit an additional 100 midwives with applications open until
$171.9 million over four years for 30 June 2020
400 police officers in high priority

Community $180 million over three years
areas across the state to boost Skilling Queenslanders
$330 million over five years to for Work to fund more training
protect our national treasure, the opportunities and increase

Great Barrier
Reef support Great Barrier Reef workforce participation
over five years $371.1 million over the next the Government’s commitment to
four years to deliver a new public employ 3,700 teachers over the
Child and
family services $1.3B transport ticketing system across
the state
next four years at an estimated
cost of $1 billion
$26 million to extend the up to $34.6 million in 2018-19

Lowering the increased the Apprentice and for the continuation of the Drought
cost of living Trainee Payroll Tax Rebate initiative Assistance Package, including the
(up from 25 per cent to 50 per Drought Relief Assistance Scheme.
All figures refer to 2018-19 financial year unless otherwise stated. cent) until June 2019

2018-19 2018-19 Queensland

Revenue Expenses Economic Growth
Other revenue 9.9% Environmental protection,
Dividends and recreation and culture 2.6%
tax equivalents Transport 10.2%
State Health 30.1%
Interest income 3.8% taxation 2.75
Public order
revenue and safety 8.9%
Annual % change

Sales of goods
and services
services 3.9%
9.9% 2.50

Social protection,
housing and
other community Other
services 10.7% services 2.25
Grants revenue
Education 24.3%
2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22