- Infrastructure Priority List
- Project Assessments
- How to submit an initiative or project assessment
- Tax loss incentive
The Infrastructure Priority List is a prioritised list of nationally significant investments. It provides decision makers with advice and guidance on specific infrastructure investments that will underpin Australia's continued prosperity.
The investments outlined in the list undergo a rigorous prioritisation process and are independently assessed by Infrastructure Australia's Board. Information on the prioritisation process is available on our website.
CURRENT INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITY LIST
PAST INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITY LISTS:
The Infrastructure Priority List is updated regularly and is made up of two broad groups:
Initiatives and Projects which address major problems or opportunities of national significance are classified as high priority.
CURRENT BUSINESS CASES BEING ASSESSED BY INFRASTRUCTURE AUSTRALIA
This list is limited to proposed projects which are listed as Initiatives in the Infrastructure Priority List.
|New South Wales||Northern Beaches Bus Rapid Transport|
|Maldon to Dombarton Rail Link|
|Western Sydney Infrastructure Package|
|Victoria||M80 Western Ring Road Upgrade|
|Murray Basin Rail Project|
|Queensland||Cross River Rail|
|Bruce Highway Cooroy to Curra Section C|
|Western Australia||Armadale Road|
|Mitchell Freeway (Hester Ave to Romeo Road)|
|Swan Valley Bypass Enhancements|
|Tonkin Highway Collier Road to Great Eastern Highway|
|Northern Territory||Tanami Road|
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS UNDER DELIVERY
There are also a number of projects that have been assessed by Infrastructure Australia and are now under delivery.
|New South Wales||Bringelly Road Upgrade Stage 1 PDF: 42 KB|
|NorthConnex PDF: 42 KB|
|Victoria||CityLink Tullamarine Widening Project PDF: 363 KB|
|Queensland||Gateway Motorway Upgrade North PDF: 39 KB|
|Western Australia||Mitchell Freeway extension Burns Beach Road to Hester Avenue PDF: 67 KB|
The list of projects that have been previously assessed by Infrastructure Australia and put on the Infrastructure Priority List can be found here.