The 2022/23 NSW budget has brought welcome news to those in our community who have been fighting for an upgrade to Rangari Road in the Gunnedah Shire and Tamworth Region…
Building a safer, stronger Regional NSW
After COVID-19 caused the deepest recession in 80 years, the NSW Nationals in the state government have delivered a budget that sets out a transformational roadmap for the decade ahead.
The 2022-23 NSW Budget delivers more than $3 billion to boost health infrastructure in regional and rural NSW, close to $328 million to improve housing supply, $59 million to support regional youth, more than $1 billion for our primary industries, almost $11 billion for regional transport and roads, $1.1 billion for water infrastructure, and $4.2 billion for emergency services.
Only the Nats can deliver for rural and regional NSW.
“COVID-19 has made residents envy the unique lifestyle and business opportunities on offer in regional New South Wales, with many choosing to leave the city and move to the regions in record numbers. As our regional communities continue to grow, we need to ensure we keep delivering the infrastructure and services to provide an even better quality of life in the regions.”
NSW Deputy Premier and NSW Nationals Leader Paul Toole