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  • $8.63 million to complete the new $10.26 million Burnie Ambulance Station. *
  • $9 million towards the $10 million Acute Care Facility at NRWH. * ^
  • $8.3 million for the NRWH domestic services. +
  • $1.5 million to complete the $5.8M Maternity Services facility at NRWH.
  • $20 million for the Mersey Community Hospital redevelopment. +
  • $1 million to establish the Mersey Rural Medical Workforce Centre and ongoing staffing funding of $1 million per annum.
  • $21.8 million to complete the $37.3M Mersey Hospital capital upgrades. *
  • $40 million for the North-West Regional Hospital Mental Health Precinct. +
  • $2.5 million to complete the $20 million North-West Regional Hospital upgrade. *
  • $9.2 million for ongoing operational funding to staff a second Linear Accelerator at the North-West Cancer Centre. +
  • $340,000 for New Mornings to support the grief support services. +
  • $2.485 million to operate the new 8-unit Devonport Men’s Shelter. +
  • $7 million towards the redevelopment of Montello Primary School.
  • $5 million to complete the new $20 million Kindergarten to Year 12 Penguin School.
  • $23.8 million towards six new Child and Family Learnings Centres statewide, including West Ulverstone and Waratah-Wynyard.
  • $20 million to construct a brand-new purpose-built North-West Support School, including a hydrotherapy pool.
  • $6.95 million towards upgrading outdated classrooms statewide, including Havenview Primary School +
  • $40 million to provide contemporary court facilities in Burnie. #
  • $6.85 million to continue to provide Safe Spaces including $1.9 million for Burnie.
  • $25 million to upgrade the Dial Regional Sports Complex commencing in 2024. *
  • $10 million for the Stanley Highway tourism upgrades. >
  • $25 million for the Cradle Mountain to Devonport Road upgrades. >
  • Continuation of the $280 million upgrades of the Bass  Highway between Launceston and Marrawah. > ^
  • $4.3 million for the Youth2Independence (Y21) initiatives including five Cluster Homes in Devonport, and a further five in Burnie.
  • $15 million for two new $20 million supported accommodation facilities for older Tasmanians in the North and North-West.
  • $9 million towards the upgrades and maintenance of existing tracks in the Arthur-Pieman Conservation area. +
  • $2.75 million for the ‘Edge of the World’ infrastructure development at the mouth of the Arthur River. >
  • $18.7 million for the $40 million Next Iconic Walk project in the Tyndall Range. >
  • $1 million for the upgrade of the Rosebery Police Station. *
  • $43.8 million for the Murchison Highway upgrade. ^
  • $18.8 million to upgrade the Lyell Highway.
  • Finalise the $2.1 million strengthening works program to the Kanunnah Bridge.
  • $3.25 million for new and upgraded Police housing statewide, including in Rosebery and Queenstown.
  • $2.5 million to construct a new ambulance station in Queenstown as part of the $10 million Regional Health and Ambulance Facilities fund. #
  • $400,000 for new and upgraded equipment at the West Coast District Hospital.
  • $1.3 million to support full-time Biosecurity officers on King and Flinders Island and to construct a purpose-built wash down facilities. +
  • $1 million for underwriting of regular passenger flights between Hobart and Flinders Island and King Island.
  • $1 million towards the $2 million power network infrastructure upgrades to support the re-opening of the Dolphin Scheelite Mine.
  • $74,000 for Phoenix House for improved support to the community.
  • $3.25 million for new and upgraded Police Housing statewide, including in Currie.

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>funding beyond forward estimates ^includes Australian Government funding