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$87.1 million for state-of-the-art health precincts at the North-West Regional Hospital and Mersey Community Hospitals, including a $40 million Mental Health Precinct at Burnie and $57.4 million for new wards, clinics, beds and theatres spaces at the Mersey.

$25 million for the Devonport to Cradle Mountain Road upgrades.

$6.8 million for the $7.1 million Montello Primary School redevelopment.

$17 million to continue the $20 million Support School package including the North-West Support School.

Completion of the West Ulverstone and Warratah-Wynyard Child and Family Learning Centres (CFLC) as part of the $28 million investment for six new CFLCs.

Havenview Primary School upgrades as part of the $10 million contemporary classrooms program.

$3.44 million for the new Burnie Ambulance Station.

Continuation of the $5 million program of upgrades to North-West and West Coast roads.

$7 million to upgrade the Stanley Highway.

$20 million towards the Bass Highway Safety and Freight Efficiency under the Roads of Strategic importance program.

$19.26 million to support the North West Coastal Pathway including the Cooee to Wynyard section and the Don to Penguin section.

$16 million for the Old Surrey Road/Massey Greene Drive upgrade.

$60 million for the Bass Highway Marrawah to Wynyard upgrades.

$40 million for Bass Highway upgrades between Deloraine and Devonport.

$80 million for Bass Highway Safety and Freight Efficiency upgrades (future priorities).

$40 million for the Bass Highway Cooee to Wynyard road upgrade.

$5 million in partnership with Elphinstone to deliver a new $25 million, world-class facility that will allow Elphinstone to diversify its export operations and provide opportunities for global defence contracts.

$400,000 to finalise the $20 million Kindergarten to Year 12 Penguin School;

$9.2 million to continue improvements at the Acute Care facility at the North-West Regional Hospital.

$9.3 million towards an Eating Disorders Treatment Centre and to progress eating disorder treatment sites in the North and North-West.

$6.7 million to continue the $10 million plan to build six new rural ambulance stations, including Queenstown.

$100,000 to support the Pathway Shed in East Devonport, promoting positive mental health at the grassroots level.

A new two-year pilot of a Mental Health Emergency Co-Response initiative in the North-West, with a customed model of care.

West Coast and King Island

$1.25 million to underpin the operation of our iconic West Coast Wilderness Railway, in addition to a $1 million support package for the region while the railway undergoes critical shutdown.

$222,000 in extended core funding for Phoenix Community House

Support for the re-establishment of the Dolphin Tungsten Mine at Grassy

$2.75 million to revitalise the ‘Edge of the World’ experience at the mouth of the Arthur River.

$35 million for the Murchison Highway corridor upgrade.

$15 million for the Lyell Highway upgrade between Queenstown and Strahan.

Investing more than $200 million over the next six years to reinvigorate West Coast power stations through Hydro Tasmania.