NT Budget 2018-19

Regional Highlights

Region map

Darwin

  • $38 million for stage 1 of the Barneson Boulevard
  • $163.06 million for primary school education in government and non-government schools
  • $526.8 million for hospital services

Palmerston & Litchfield

  • $37.15 million for senior years education in government and non-government schools
  • $129.5 million to provide care to adult prisoners at Darwin Correctional Centre
  • $28.2 million to progress construction of the new Palmerston Police Station

Top End Rural

  • $29.24 million for primary school education in government and non-government schools
  • $23.26 million to provide remote primary health services
  • $48.6 million for infrastructure works related to Project Sea Dragon

Katherine

  • $57.42 million for primary school education in government and non-government schools
  • $49.4 million to upgrade the Keep River Plains Road
  • $43.02 million for hospital services

Central Australia

  • $16.3 million to operate and deliver VET for Territorians
  • $23.8 million to continue to extend the seal along the Plenty Highway
  • $20.5 million for Turbocharging Tourism

East Arnhem

  • $41.4 million for housing construction following cyclones Lam and Nathan
  • $46.25 million for primary school education in government and non-government schools
  • $17.66 million to implement stage 2 of the Indigenous Education Strategy

Barkly

  • $24.3 million to strengthen and widen sections of the Tablelands Highway under the Beef Roads Program
  • $25.95 million for hospital services including patient travel
  • $27.51 million for primary school education in government and non-government schools

Territory Wide

  • $140.4 million over 5 years to implement the Housing Strategy
  • $1.1 billion over 10 years for the Remote Housing Investment Package
  • $229.6 million over 5 years to implement the recommendations of the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children
  • $5.3 million over 3 years to implement the recommendations of the Independent Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing