On this page:
- Budget Paper No.01 Budget Statement
- Budget Paper No.02 Agency Financial Statements
- Budget Paper No.03 Infrastructure Statement
- Budget Paper No.04 Appropriation Bills
- Gender Equality Budget Statement
- Overview: Our plan for NSW
- Our plan for Regional NSW
- Our plan for Western Sydney
- How to read the Budget Papers
- Treasurer's Speech
Budget Paper No.01 Budget Statement
Budget Paper No.1 Budget Statement provides information on the State’s finances in aggregate.
Budget Paper No.02 Agency Financial Statements
Budget Paper No.2 Agency Financial Statements outlines the financial statements for general government sector agencies.
Budget Paper No.3: Infrastructure Statement
Budget Paper No.3 Infrastructure Statement provides information on the Government’s infrastructure investment program.
Budget Paper No.4: Appropriation Bills
Gender Equality Budget Statement
Economic equality and opportunity for girls, women and gender-diverse people is critical – not only as an economic society, but as a fundamental pillar of a modern democratic society. The paper outlines the Government’s approach to driving that equality and opportunity.
Overview: Our plan for NSW
Take a top-level view of the 2023-24 Budget. This Budget includes $72.3 billion for new and improved transport infrastructure; a $9.8 billion package to build and upgrade schools and TAFE campuses; $2.5 billion to recruit and retain healthcare workers; a $2.2 billion Housing and Infrastructure Plan; and $1.8 billion for Renewable Energy Zones and the Energy Security Corporation.
Our plan for Regional NSW
Regional and rural New South Wales are home to more than one-third of the State’s population – as well as much of the State’s critical industries and infrastructure. The paper outlines the Government’s approach to supporting and building our regional and rural communities.
Our plan for Western Sydney
Western Sydney is the fastest-growing and most diverse area of New South Wales. It’s also the third-largest economy in Australia, after the Sydney and Melbourne CBDs. The paper outlines the Government’s approach to supporting the increasing number of people and businesses who call Western Sydney home.
How to read the Budget Papers
The Budget Papers are an important resource for NSW citizens. They provide insight into how the NSW Government is allocating taxpayer dollars, what new services are being delivered, and what key performance indicators are being tracked. How to Read the Budget Papers has been prepared to help readers get the most from the Budget, from where to locate key information to an overview of key concepts and terminology.
Past Budget Papers
View past Budget papers and Half-Yearly Reviews in the archive.
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