Projects

Infrastructure investment

Transport is a major contributor to economic outcomes. The transport sector represents 4.4 percent of GDP, and almost half of Australia’s major infrastructure construction is undertaken within the transport sector.

Investment in and delivery of publicly owned transport infrastructure is the responsibility of all three levels of government. The Australian Government has committed over $75 billion for the next 10 years to transport infrastructure across Australia. This investment is assisting in building more liveable cities, enabling better-connected regional communities, driving key productivity improvements and creating safer roads.

NICS will continue to be updated as specific project information and commitments are announced by the Australian, state and territory governments.

Search and filter projects and associated contracts

  • Transport Postal And Warehousing
  • Construction
  • Health Care And Social Assistance
  • Education And Training
  • Arts And Recreation Services
  • Administrative And Support Services
  • Information Media And Telecommunications
  • Public Administration And Safety
  • Electricity, Gas, Water And Waste Services
  • Other

Download project data

 

Project Logo

Victorian Government

A new male prison and an additional 395 permanent prison beds across the prison system.

Project Logo

Queensland Government

Construct a new alignment and duplicate sections to four lanes. Duplicate existing road sections and construct new four-lane sections (including bridges and interchanges) to current standards. This project will provide high-speed duplicated carriageway that meets current standards, improving capacity and safety.

Dubbo Base Hospital Stages 1 and 2

This project is under construction

Project Logo

New South Wales Government

The Dubbo Base Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1 and 2 will secure Dubbo Hospital as the major referral centre and acute care hospital for specialty services to meet the growing demands in the Dubbo and surrounding areas. The $91.3 million project is funded by $84.2 million from the NSW Government and $7.1 million from the Australian Government's Health and Hospitals Fund (HHF).

New Perth Stadium

This project has private investors

Project Logo

New 60,000 seat capacity multi-purpose sports stadium on Burswood Peninsula, including works to surrounding precinct and delivery of related transport infrastructure.

Project Logo

Victorian Government

Monash Children's Hospital (MCH) is to be a purpose built paediatric facility at Monash Medical Centre Clayton. This development will provide specialist acute children's health services in a child and family friendly environment. The new facility will deliver tertiary paediatric services that will meet increases in demand and improve access for the growing paediatric population in the south-east of Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula and south-east Victoria.

Project Logo

Victorian Government

The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (RVEEH) Redevelopment is designed to meet the expected increase in demand for age-related eye and ear conditions and associated research. The initiative includes a mix of new and upgraded accommodation within the existing external structures of the RVEEH, some expansion for specific clinical services and a full upgrade of the hospital's engineering services infrastructre and plant.

Pacific Highway - Woolgoolga to Ballina

This project is under construction

Project Logo

New South Wales Government

The Woolgoolga to Ballina project would upgrade about 155 kilometres of highway. The project starts approximately six kilometres north of Woolgoolga (north of Coffs Harbour) and ends approximately six kilometres south of Ballina. The Woolgoolga to Ballina project is comprised of the following four previous Pacific Highway planning projects: Woolgoolga to Wells Crossing, Wells Crossing to Iluka Road, Iluka Road to Woodburn, Woodburn to Ballina. The upgrade does not include the Glenugie and Devils Pulpit sections of highway that are soon to start or under construction. Timing for construction of the Woolgoolga to Ballina upgrade is dependent on funding negotiations between the Australian and NSW governments

Project Logo

New South Wales Government

The Power Supply Upgrade Program is designed to ensure Sydney's rail network is able to meet expected power requirements to support future timetables and new generations of air conditioned fleet. This project involves the construction of new electrical infrastructure and upgrade to 33KV traction supply substation at Chalmers Street.

Displaying items 49 - 56 of 162