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Tasmania is now a much stronger, prouder and more confident place.

Our Plan to Build Your Future is about taking our State to the next level by ensuring everyone benefits from a stronger economy, more jobs and improved services.

In Braddon that means investing more in schools and health services, building the infrastructure our growing state needs and supporting community and sporting organisations that are at the heart of local communities.

Projects for the next four years include:


Mersey Community Hospital infrastructure development - $35 M

8 Bed Acute Medical Unit – North West Regional Hospital - $17.6 M

Ante-Natal Clinic North West Regional Hospital $2.1 M

Burnie Ambulance Station - $6 M

Smithton Ambulance Training Facility - $1.1 M

30 more nursing graduates (North-West) - $1.7 M

Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Beds Ulverstone - $2.4 M

Boat Harbour Primary School - $1.4 M*

East Devonport Primary School - $500,000*

Parklands High School - $1 M*

Spreyton Primary School - $1.7 M

Devonport High School- $10.5 M

K-Year 12 Penguin School - $20 M

Upgraded Burnie Court Complex - $8 M*

New Agricultural Centre of Excellence – $5 M

Drysdale training kitchen within the Devonport Living City project - $1.5 M

Dutch Mill – Edith Creek support package $1.6M*

State Road upgrades - $21 M*> including:

  • Bass Highway - Leith Overpass;
  • Bass Highway - West of Wynyard; and
  • Cycling improvements

$100 M for the Bass Highway as part of the Roads of Strategic Importance initiative>*

Wynyard Show Industrial Hall - $210,000

Devonport Bulls Rugby Club upgrade - $75,000

Wynyard Yacht Club multi-purpose facility - $1.1 M

Ulverstone Lions Club Bike Park - $100,000

Stanley Progress Association walking and cycling track - $100,000

Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals - $600,000

The Nut and Highfield House, Stanley improved visitor infrastructure - $700,000


State Road upgrades - $3 M

Murchison Highway upgrades - $2.3 M>

Mining exploration drilling grant initiative - $2 M

Strahan/Hobart Regular Passenger Transport air service trial - $300,000

Strahan Visitor Centre transformation - $375,000

Strahan-Ocean Beach Track - $150,000

Roads package to support Tasmania’s Visitor economy - $2.6M including:

  • Tarkine Drive, Sumac Road and the Western Explorer feasibility study.


Stage 2 of the King Island Hospital redevelopment - $10.5 M

King Island Airport infrastructure works - $220,000

King Island Service Centre Hub feasibility study and seed funding for capital works - $120,000

Infrastructure upgrades to the King Island Racing club - $100,000

> Includes Australian Government funding * funding that is part of a larger project ~ over five years ^ over six years