Public Private Partnerships (PPP) are vital to the development of infrastructure in Australia as they allow governments and the private sector to work together and share resources on key projects.
In line with the National PPP Policy Framework, the Australian, State and Territory governments will consider a PPP for any project with a capital cost in excess of $A50 million.
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) endorsed the National PPP Policy and Guidelines in November 2008. The National PPP Policy and Guidelines apply to all Australian, State and Territory government agencies.
PDF versions of the National PPP Policy and Guidelines may be found on the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development's website.
For information about PPP projects that are already in place (contracted), are in the process of being procured, or that governments have identified as potential candidates, see:
This data is updated every six months. If any information is incorrect or incomplete, please contact us
The National Infrastructure Construction Schedule establishes an Australia-wide infrastructure project pipeline. Its implementation is a collaborative effort between the Australian State, Territory and local governments. For more information, see:
The National PPP Working Group leads the development of policy and process improvement for governments— bringing together Ministers from all States, Territories and the Australian Government. For more information, see:
The following links provide further information on the implementation of PPP in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland:
For more information on PPP, please contact us.