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Health

New funding for the:

  • $80.0 million Temora Hospital redevelopment.

  • $45.0 million Albury Hospital redevelopment.

  • $25.0 million Finley Hospital upgrade.

  • $15.0 million Key Health Worker Accommodation across Murrumbidgee Local Health District.

  • $3.0 million Albury Hospital Emergency Department Crisis Assessment Unit.

  • $1.2 million Leeton Hospital upgrade.

  • $1.0 million Wagga Wagga Health and Knowledge Precinct planning.

Continued delivery of the:

  • $461.4 million Wagga Wagga Base Hospital redevelopment and car park.

  • $250.0 million Griffith Hospital redevelopment.

  • $50.0 million Tumut Hospital redevelopment.

  • $5.7 million Rural Health Infrastructure Program in Deniliquin and Leeton.

Education

  • $7.1 million in 2022-23 for Stage 2 of major upgrades at both Murrumbidgee Regional High School sites to complete the transition to the new education model, including a library upgrade, a new multipurpose space at the Griffith site and a new gymnasium and assembly space at the Wade site.

  • $1.7 million in 2022-23 to deliver a new primary school in Albury Thurgoona.

  • $1.2 million in 2022-23 to deliver upgrades to boarding facilities at Yanco Agricultural High School, providing an improved residential experience.

Transport

  • $68.4 million for the planning and construction of overtaking lanes along the full length of the Newell Highway (state and federally funded), including in the Riverina Murray.

  • $5.6 million to commence planning for the upgrade of Sheahan Bridge on Hume Highway in Gundagai to allow for heavy freight vehicles.

  • $2.4 million to commence planning for a new bridge at Swan Hill.

Stronger Communities

  • $4.0 million for the construction of the Moama Police Station.

Planning and Environment

  • More than $330.0 million from the Commonwealth Government to accelerate the Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment Mechanism to help meet long-term targets set in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

  • $131.5 million from the Commonwealth Government over three years to deliver water efficiency measures through the Off-farm Efficiency programs including $124.0 million for Murrumbidgee Irrigation Limited to deliver water savings by improving water delivery infrastructure.

  • $22.6 million to deliver new and upgraded quality homes for First Nations people through the Aboriginal Housing Office.

Regional NSW

  • $150.6 million towards delivery of the 4,500 ha Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct.

Grants to boost local economies including:

  • $10.7 million for the Snowy Valley Emergency Evacuation Centre and Multipurpose Facility.

  • $2.7 million for the West Wyalong Water Security project.

  • $1.8 million to upgrade Batlow Pool.

Customer Service

  • $24.5 million for the Mission-Critical Emergency Services Messaging Program.

Image of a bridge spanning the Murray River at the Barham-Koondrook in the Riverina Murray region
Murray River