Our plan for New South Wales

The 2024-25 Budget focuses on essential services (especially public schools and hospitals) and tackling cost-of-living pressures and family and domestic violence.

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Our plan for Regional NSW

New hospitals and preschools, more frontline workers, and increasing housing supply are key focuses for regional and rural New South Wales in the 2024-25 Budget.

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Our plan for Western Sydney

Western Sydney is the engine room of the NSW economy - and the 2024-25 Budget features an investment in better roads, public transport and housing to support the region.

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Gender Equality Budget Statement

The Gender Equality Budget Statement outlines the NSW Government's 2024-25 Budget commitments to enhance economic opportunities for women in the State.

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NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey

Treasurer's message

In each budget, we make progress. We pair the public's resources with the people's priorities so real change can happen.

In this budget, we continue with our plans to bust the wages cap, reform tolls, back first home buyers, build new and better public schools and hospitals, speed up the renewables revolution, rebuild rural and regional roads, help small businesses, and wrangle debt back under control.

But more progress is possible. The duty we still owe to the tens of thousands of patients who turn to our public hospitals for urgent care. The task that remains to provide the hundreds of thousands of students attending our public schools with a world-beating education. The responsibility we have to protect every community against crime, tragedy and terror.

And to back every citizen striving to own a home, rent a home, or who needs social housing.

These challenges are this Government's causes. The Minns Government is determined to build a better New South Wales.

Read the Treasurer's Speech