1     Introduction

Key Issues

·       The 2021‑22 Budget is focussed on securing Tasmania’s future through continuing the delivery of essential services and supporting the changing needs of Tasmanians through the delivery of the Government’s election commitments and other targeted initiatives.

·       The 2021‑22 Budget continues to support the Tasmanian community in its response and recovery from the COVID‑19 pandemic. This includes delivering on the recommendations of the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council.

·       The 2021‑22 Budget incorporates all of the Government’s 2021 election commitments, delivering on the Government’s long term plan.

·       This Budget Paper provides detailed information on the goods and services (Outputs) provided by entities and the key deliverables that are planned for delivery in 2021‑22 and over the Forward Estimates (2022‑23 to 2024‑25). The information presented in this Budget Paper supports the whole‑of‑government information provided in The Budget Budget Paper No 1 and supports the 2021 Appropriation Bills.

·       Other information provided in this Budget Paper includes:

-   performance information that enables an assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of entities;

-   details of infrastructure projects being undertaken by entities; and

-   detailed financial statements for the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates for each entity.

·       To assist in understanding the Budget Papers, supporting information on the Government’s financial management framework, the annual Budget process, and the presentation of Budget Paper information is published in Tasmania’s Financial Management Framework Booklet and Understanding the Budget, available at www.treasury.tas.gov.au.


 

Budget Paper No 2 Information

This Budget Paper provides information about the Outputs (goods and services) the Government will deliver to the Tasmanian community through General Government Sector entities in 2021‑22 and over the Forward Estimates (2022‑23 to 2024‑25). This Budget Paper details the purposes of appropriation provided for in the 2021 Appropriation Bills.

This Budget Paper is also a major source of financial and non‑financial information on the operations of General Government Sector entities, including departments, agencies and statutory authorities. Entity annual reports, which are to be published by 31 October each year, are also a key source of information on entity operations.

Budget Paper No 2 comprises two volumes and three separate parts that reflect the differing nature of the General Government Sector entities:

·       Part 1 includes Government departments, such as the Department of Communities Tasmania and the Department of Education;

·       Part 2 primarily includes Parliamentary agencies and Statutory Offices, such as the House of Assembly, the Legislative Council, the Tasmanian Audit Office and the Office of the Ombudsman; and

·       Part 3 includes statutory authorities within the General Government Sector, such as the State Fire Commission and Inland Fisheries Service.

This Budget Paper does not provide information on government businesses. Information on these entities is available in each entity’s annual report.

2021‑22 Budget Presentation and Other Issues

This chapter provides information on specific matters that should be taken into account when reviewing this Budget Paper, including key changes in the presentation of agency information and estimates since the 2020‑21 Budget.

The information presented in this Budget Paper reflects the Ministerial Portfolio and departmental structure existing at the time of the preparation of the 2021‑22 Budget. Appendix 1 provides details of this structure.

Impact of COVID‑19 Pandemic on Budget Estimates

The status of the COVID‑19 pandemic across Australia and the response of governments can change very quickly, with these changes having the potential to require significant additional expenditure to protect the health and wellbeing of the Tasmanian community and support the State economy.

Throughout the Budget Papers, known and quantifiable costs associated with the COVID‑19 response and recovery measures in Tasmania have been funded and included in existing entity Outputs. These include Output Group 90 ‑ COVID‑19 Response and Recovery Measures created in the 2020‑21 Budget for specific expenditure measures announced by the Government, which are short‑term in nature.

Additionally, the Public Building Maintenance Program is allocated to Output Group 89, with funding reimbursed from Finance‑General to agencies.

Given the uncertain environment, the Appropriation to the Treasurer’s Reserve has been increased to $150 million in 2021‑22 and in total to $300 million across the Budget and Forward Estimates to provide for unforeseen expenditure during the year, which cannot be managed within entity Budget allocations.

2021‑22 Budget Key Deliverables

The Key Deliverables Statement in each entity chapter of this Budget Paper reflects new funding allocations to agencies to deliver 2021 election commitments and other initiatives.

Key Deliverables are delivered through agencies on an Output basis, consistent with the methodology used in Appropriation Acts. That is, across outputs that are either designated as Operating Services or Capital Services. The information in the Key Deliverables Statement of each agency and in this chapter reflects the total amount of funding provided by the Government to deliver the initiative.

This treatment differs from the Policy and Parameter Statement in chapter 4 of The Budget Budget Paper No 1, which is presented on an accounting classification basis. This can result in some differences between classifications within these statements, although the total allocation of funding is the same.

2021 Election Commitments

Funding to implement all of the Government’s 2021 election commitments is provided in the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates, reflecting current timeframes for delivery of policy initiatives.

Table 1.1 provides a summary of the total election commitments by entity over the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates by Revenue, Operating Services and Capital Services. A breakdown of election commitments, by entity and initiative, across Revenue, Operating Services and Capital Services categories is provided in Appendix 2 of this chapter. Details of each initiative are included in the relevant entity chapter of this Budget Paper.

Table 1.1:         Election Commitments by Entity

 

2021‑22

 

Budget

2022‑23

Forward

Estimate

2023‑24

Forward

Estimate

2024‑25

Forward

Estimate

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Revenue

 

 

 

 

FinanceGeneral

(20 481)

(20 200)

(18 100)

(18 100)

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

(350)

....

....

....

Total Revenue

(20 831)

(20 200)

(18 100)

(18 100)

 

 

 

 

 

Operating Services Funding

 

 

 

 

Communities Tasmania

73 983 

30 530 

21 091 

8 325  

Education

5 403 

7 240 

8 430 

8 360 

FinanceGenerall

65 900 

43 400 

32 900 

10 400 


 

Table 1.1:         Election Commitments by Entity (continued)

 

2021‑22

 

Budget

2022‑23

Forward

Estimate

2023‑24

Forward

Estimate

2024‑25

Forward

Estimate

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Operating Services Funding (continued)

 

 

 

 

Health

97 186

78 328

71 508

68 225 

Inland Fisheries Service

68

69

19

19

Justice

6 126

5 776

4 776

2 780

Marine and Safety Tasmania

5 000

....

....

....

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

1 775

3 475

5 175

7 600

Premier and Cabinet

1 920

872

1 472

1 472

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

9 347

11 403

6 867

6 140

State Fire Commission

1 850

2 150

2 150

2 150

State Growth

65 225

46 783

44 617

32 183

TasTAFE

8 300

18 000

11 800

15 500

Tourism Tasmania

1 195

4 500

7 000

7 000

Total Operating Services

343 278

252 526

217 805

170 154

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Services Funding

 

 

 

 

Communities Tasmania

5 500

2 950

32 750

65 000 

Education

5 840

16 700

43 550

33 850

Health

10 150

24 950

80 600

94 900 

Inland Fisheries Service

250

250

250

250

Justice

....

1 300

....

....

Marine and Safety Tasmania

120

....

....

....

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

....

100

100

8 800

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

1 160

8 425

13 765

11 650

State Fire Commission

500

250

1 000

1 000

State Growth

1 300

5 850

17 800

47 300

TasTAFE

11 250

11 250

11 250

11 250

Total Capital Services Funding

36 070

72 025

201 065

274 000

 

 

 

 

 

Total Election Commitment Funding

379 348 

324 551 

418 870 

444 154

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

1.    The funding allocation to Finance‑General includes equity contributions to government businesses or other entities that are outside the General Government Sector.


 

Other Initiatives

The Other Initiatives section includes new funding for initiatives provided over the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates that are not election commitments, including 2021 State of the State commitments and other Budget decisions.

Table 1.2 provides a summary of the total Other Initiatives by entity over the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates. A breakdown of Other Initiatives by entity and initiative, Operating Services and Capital Services categories is provided in Appendix 2 of this chapter. Details of each initiative is included in the relevant entity chapter of this Budget Paper.

Table 1.2:         Other Initiatives by Entity

 

2021‑22

 

Budget

2022‑23

Forward

Estimate

2023‑24

Forward

Estimate

2024‑25

Forward

Estimate

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Revenue

 

 

 

 

FinanceGeneral

(6 891)

(81)

(101)

(81)

Total Revenue

(6 891)

(81)

(101)

(81)

 

 

 

 

 

Operating Services Funding

 

 

 

 

Brand Tasmania

275 

240 

.... 

.... 

Communities Tasmania

51 487 

23 912 

2 329 

1 969 

Education

345 

80 

80 

80 

Finance‑General1

176 850 

79 700 

49 000 

40 000 

Health

73 352 

65 847 

65 537 

165 547  

Integrity Commission

622 

596 

619 

299 

Justice

24 737 

11 933 

9 385 

9 385 

Marine and Safety Tasmania

300 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

1 788 

1 788 

1 426 

1 426 

Office of the Governor

310 

10 

10 

10 

Office of the Ombudsman

500 

750 

1 000 

1 000 

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

9 721 

4 894 

3 848 

2 664 

Premier and Cabinet

8 775 

14 805 

9 625 

9 625 

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

7 987 

7 380 

2 065 

2 065 

State Fire Commission

1 379 

.... 

.... 

.... 

State Growth

61 866 

18 450 

8 200 

2 000 

Treasury and Finance

1 000 

2 000 

2 000 

2 000 

Total Operating Services Funding

421 294 

232 385 

155 124 

238 070 

 

 

 

 

 


Table 1.2:    Other Initiatives by Entity (continued)

 

2021‑22

 

Budget

2022‑23

Forward

Estimate

2023‑24

Forward

Estimate

2024‑25

Forward

Estimate

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Capital Services Funding

 

 

 

 

Communities Tasmania

15 000

....

....

....

Education

800

800

....

....

Finance‑General

5 000

....

1 500

10 000

Health

....

3 600

8 532

.... 

Justice

1 500

15 010

15 010

2 510

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

4 500

2 100

2 800

....

Primary Industries, Parks Water and Environment

1 000

5 000

4 000

....

Total Capital Services Funding

27 800

26 510

31 842

12 510

 

 

 

 

 

Total Other Initiatives Funding

449 094 

258 895 

186 966 

250 580

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

1.    The funding allocation to Finance‑General includes equity contributions to government businesses or other entities that are outside the General Government Sector.

Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council

In response to the COVID‑19 pandemic, the Premier established the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council to provide advice and recommendations on how best to mitigate the economic and social impacts of the pandemic. 

The final PESRAC report, released in March 2021 focussed on long‑term recovery from the pandemic in the five key areas of jobs and income; health and housing; community, connectivity and engagement; the environment and sustainability; and public sector capability. The Government accepted all 52 recommendations, which are addressed and included in the 2021‑22 Budget through existing Budget allocations, 2021 election commitments and other initiatives. Information on PESRAC, its Final Report, and recommendations is available at www.pesrac.tas.gov.au.

2021‑22 Budget Entity Restructures

Administrative Arrangements Order 2021

The allocation of Agency Outputs to Ministerial Portfolios included in this Budget Paper reflects the structure of the Tasmanian Government under the Administrative Arrangements Order 2021.


 

Agency Restructures

Each year, an agency may change the presentation of its Outputs to improve alignment with the services being delivered by the agency. Where this occurs, previous year estimates are recast to provide comparability with the new structure. Agencies that implemented output restructures in 2021‑22 are the:

·       Department of Education; and

·       Department of Justice.

Where a restructure of an agency’s Outputs has been undertaken, an explanation is provided in the relevant agency chapter in this Budget Paper.

Financial Statement Presentation Issues

Lease Treatment

During the 202021 Budget development process, the recognition methodology for leases under AASB 16 Leases was revised. This necessitated agencies reclassifying some lease liabilities and rightofuse assets to an expense, and changing agency financial statements to reflect major accommodation leases, which are now allocated to the Department of Treasury and Finance. As part of the 202122 Budget development process, the estimates for these leases have been reviewed in their classification and quantum, and any adjustments made are noted in agency chapters

Model Financial Statements

Treasury prepares Model Departmental Financial Statements to guide agencies in the presentation of financial information. These Model Departmental Financial Statements are revised annually to ensure that they reflect current relevant financial reporting frameworks. No significant changes were made to the 2021‑22 Budget Papers as a result of the review of Model Departmental Financial Statements.

Presentation of Rollovers

The 2021‑22 Budget reflects unexpended appropriations from 2020‑21 that have been approved by the Treasurer for rollover to 2021‑22, in accordance with section 23 of the Financial Management Act 2016. This section provides the necessary authority for the appropriation from the Public Account in the following financial year for the amount of funds approved for rollover. Unexpended appropriations for rollover are identified in the Statement of Comprehensive Income as Other revenue from government, in the Statement of Cash Flows as Appropriation receipts ‑ other, and in the Revenue from Appropriation by Output table as Appropriation Rollover.


 

Opening Balances Treatment

Due to the timing of the 202122 Budget, audited agency financial statements for 202021 or unaudited detailed agency 202021 outcomes were not available at the time of the preparation of the Budget. Budget Paper No 1 incorporates 202021 Preliminary Outcomes, where available, at the General Government Sector level. The Preliminary Outcomes Report was published on 30 July 2021. Audited final results for 202021 will be published in the Treasurer’s Annual Financial Report 202021

Consequently, the agency end of year Budget position and resulting opening balances for 202122 are based on estimates and may not reflect the actual 30 June 2021 outcome. This issue specifically affects the presentation of information in the Statement of Financial Position and the Statement of Cash Flows.

The publication of 202021 Preliminary Outcomes for Specific Purpose Account balances detailed in chapter 4 of The Budget Budget Paper No 1 may result in differences between these balances and agency Cash and deposits balances in this Budget Paper.

Revised agency opening balance entries, including audited Specific Purpose Account balances, will be incorporated into the 2021‑22 Revised Estimates Report. This Report will also reflect General Government Sector Opening Balances contained in the Treasurer’s Annual Financial Report 2020‑21.

Superannuation Guarantee Charge

Entity estimates for superannuation over the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates incorporate the cost of the increase in the rate of the Superannuation Guarantee Charge that re‑commenced from 1 July 2021. The SGC increased to 10 per cent on 1 July 2021, and will increase at a rate of 0.5 per cent per annum to a total of 12 per cent on 1 July 2025.

Wage Indexation

Agency estimates for employee benefits include indexation in accordance with wage agreements existing at the time of the finalisation of Budget estimates. Following the expiry of agreements, indexation is provided at two per cent per annum.

Other Budget Presentation Issues

Performance Information

Entities continually review performance measures based on a number of factors, including national approaches to performance measurement, the availability of information and the changing nature of services. This leads to changes in the performance information for some entities between Budgets.

Given the timing of the 2021‑22 Budget, entity performance information presented in this Budget Paper generally reflects actual performance outcomes for the two previous financial years (2018‑19 and 2019‑20) and an actual or target for 2020‑21, based on the most up to date information available at the time of preparation of the 2021‑22 Budget.


 

General Presentation Conventions

The information presented in the Budget Papers has been prepared and presented taking into account the following general conventions.

Figures in tables and in the text have been rounded. Discrepancies in tables between totals and sums of component items reflect rounding. Percentage changes in all tables are based on the underlying unrounded amounts.

The notation used in the Budget Papers is as follows:

na

not available, or not applicable

....

zero, or rounded to zero

$'000

$ thousand

$m

$ million

 


 

Appendix 1:    Ministerial Portfolio and Departmental Structure

Table A1.1:         General Government Sector Departments

Minister

Ministerial Portfolio

Department

 

 

 

Hon Peter Gutwein MP

Premier

Premier and Cabinet / Brand Tasmania

 

Treasurer

Treasury and Finance

 

Climate Change

Premier and Cabinet

 

Tourism

Tourism Tasmania / State Growth 

 

 

 

Hon Jeremy Rockliff MP

Deputy Premier

 

 

Health

Health

 

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Health

 

Community Services and Development

Communities Tasmania

 

Advanced Manufacturing and Defence Industries

State Growth

 

 

 

Hon Elise Archer MP

Attorney‑General

Justice

 

Justice

Justice

 

Corrections

Justice

 

Workplace Safety and Consumer Affairs

Justice

 

Arts

State Growth

 

 

 

Hon Guy Barnett MP

Primary Industries and Water

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

 

Energy and Emissions Reduction

State Growth

 

Resources

State Growth / Justice

 

Trade

State Growth

 

Veterans’ Affairs

Communities Tasmania

 

 

 

Hon Sarah Courtney MP

Education

Education

 

Skills, Training and Workforce Growth

State Growth / TasTAFE

 

Disability Services

Communities Tasmania

 

Hospitality and Events

State Growth

 

Children and Youth

Communities Tasmania

 

 

 


 

Table A1.1:         General Government Sector Departments (continued)

Minister

Ministerial Portfolio

Department

 

 

 

Hon Michael Ferguson MP

Finance

Treasury and Finance

 

Infrastructure and Transport

State Growth

 

State Development, Construction and Housing

Communities Tasmania / State Growth

 

Science and Technology

State Growth / Premier and Cabinet

 

 

 

Hon Roger Jaensch MP

Heritage

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

 

Environment

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

 

Local Government and Planning

Justice / Premier and Cabinet / Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment / State Growth

 

Aboriginal Affairs

Communities Tasmania / Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

 

State Growth

State Growth

 

 

 

Hon Jacquie Petrusma MP

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

 

Parks

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

 

Prevention of Family Violence

Communities Tasmania

 

 

 

Hon Jane Howlett MLC

Sport and Recreation

Communities Tasmania

 

Women

Communities Tasmania

 

Small Business

State Growth

 

Racing

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

 


 

General Government Sector Authorities

These Statutory Authorities are established under specific legislation that defines the purpose of the authority and its responsibilities and functions.

Table A1.2 identifies the current Ministerial portfolio allocations for the General Government Sector Authorities.

Table A1.2:       General Government Sector Authorities

Statutory Authority

Portfolio Minister

Portfolio Department

 

 

 

Inland Fisheries Service

Hon Guy Barnett MP

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

Marine and Safety Tasmania

Hon Michael Ferguson MP

State Growth

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

Hon Jacquie Petrusma MP

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

State Fire Commission

Hon Jacquie Petrusma MP

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

TasTAFE

Hon Sarah Courtney MP

State Growth

 


 

Appendix 2:    2021‑22 Budget Initiatives by Agency

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Revenue

Finance‑General

Electric Vehicle ‑ Car Rental ‑ Registration Waiver

(500)

(500)

.... 

.... 

Land Tax Threshold Modernisation

(14 100)

(14 100)

(14 100)

(14 100)

Premium Interest Rate Reduction1

(500)

(500)

(500)

(500)

Quarterly Motor Vehicle Registration Payments (Duties)

(3 500)

(3 500)

(3 500)

(3 500)

Quarterly Motor Vehicle Registration Payments (Motor Tax)

(1 081)

.... 

.... 

.... 

Stamp Duty Waiver for Electric Vehicles

(800)

(1 600)

.... 

.... 

 

(20 481)

(20 200)

(18 100)

(18 100)

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

Shellfish Levy ‑ Oyster Industry Levy Relief

(350)

.... 

.... 

.... 

(350)

.... 

.... 

.... 

 

 

 

 

Total Revenue

(20 831)

(20 200)

(18 100)

(18 100)

 

 

 

 

 

Operating Services

Communities Tasmania

Active Ageing Strategy Review

 125 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Bowls Tasmania

 40 

 40 

 40 

.... 

Cadbury Oval

 350 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Carers’ Grant Program

 20 

 20 

 20 

.... 

Carlton Park Surf Life Saving Club Redevelopment

 400 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Claremont Golf Club ‑ Clubhouse Upgrade

 72 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Claremont Junior Football Club

 100 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Community Car and Coach Fund

 500 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Community Sector Scholarship Fund

 50 

 50 

 50 

.... 

Dago Point Veterans’ Retreat

 100 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Emergency Food Relief and Food Security

1 000 

1 000 

1 000 

.... 

Exeter Showgrounds

 735 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Flinders Island Sports and RSL Club Facilities

 60 

.... 

.... 

.... 

Food Vans

 180 

 180 

 180 

.... 

Football Club upgrades

5 000 

5 000 

.... 

.... 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Communities Tasmania (continued)

 

 

 

 

Gagebrook and Herdsmans Cove Park and Playground Developments

 500

....

....

....

Girls in Property Pilot Program

 25

....

....

....

 

Harmony Week and Festival Support

 30

 30

....

....

Hobart Gymnastics Academy

 500

....

....

....

Improving the Playing Field

5 000

....

....

....

Informal Kinship Carers Support Extension

 437

 437

 437

 437

International Women’s Day Small Grants Program

 20

 20

 20

 20

Interpreting Scholarship Program

 20

 20

....

....

Kentish House Facility

 500

....

....

....

King Island RSL Park Improvements

 450

....

....

....

LGBTIQ+ Grants

 70

 70

 70

....

Local Community Facilities Fund

12 415

....

....

....

Long‑Term Tasmanian Housing Strategy

1 000

1 000

....

....

Migrant Outreach Services Trial ‑ North West

 20

....

....

....

Migrant Resource Centre ‑ Culturally Specific Support for New Enterprises

 10

 10

....

....

Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania ‑ Capacity Building

 100

 100

 100

 100

Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania ‑ Capital Improvement Program

....

1 000

1 000

....

Neighbourhood House Tasmania ‑ Family and Community Support Workers

1 400

1 400

....

....

New Town Sporting Precinct

1 000

....

....

....

North East Community House

 20

....

....

....

Northern Hockey Centre

 750

....

....

....

Northern Midlands Safe Emergency Accommodation Facility

 50

....

....

....

Northern Multicultural Hub

 50

 300

....

....

Peak Body Funding

 900

 921

 941

....

Pembroke Park Function Centre

2 500

....

....

....

Physical Disability Sports Programs ‑ ParaQuad

 50

 50

 50

....

Port Esperance Sailing Club

 430

....

....

....

Promoting Women in Industry and Leadership

 150

 150

 150

 150

Queenborough Oval

2 000

....

....

....

Reclink

 167

 167

 167

....

Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania (RAST) Hobart Showground Redevelopment

25 000

10 000

7 150

....

RSL Tasmania ‑ Peak Body Funding

 110

 113

 116

 118

RSL Tasmania ‑ Special Project Funding

 50

 50

 50

 50

RSL Upgrades

 170

....

....

....

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Communities Tasmania (continued)

 

 

 

 

School Lunch Program Extension

 455

 820

 120

....

Securing the Future of Agricultural Shows

....

 250

 250

....

Small Business Enterprise Loans Program

 2

 2

....

....

Solar Power Sports Club ‑ No‑Interest Loan Scheme

 100

 200

 200

 200

Sporting Upgrades ‑ North East Region

1 200

....

....

....

Stable Permanent Placements Support

1 250

1 250

1 250

1 250

Stanley Discovery Museum

 665

....

....

....

Summer Sports Carnivals

 300

 300

 300

 300

Sure Start Initiative

 500

 500

 500

 500

Surf Life Saving Tasmania ‑ Marine Rescue Vehicles, Trailers and Vessels

 250

 250

 250

 250

Surf Life Saving Tasmania ‑ Support

 500

 500

 500

 500

Tasmanian Autism Diagnostic Service

 350

 350

 350

 350

Tasmanian Disability Services Commissioner

 300

 300

 300

 300

Tasmanian Headstone Project

 30

....

....

....

Tasmanian Men’s Sheds Association

 175

 175

 175

....

Teddy Sheean VC Memorial Grant Program

 100

 100

 100

 100

Ticket to Play

1 000

1 000

1 000

....

Tynwald Park Facilities

 200

....

....

....

Veteran Health and Wellbeing Voucher Program

 50

 50

 50

 50

Women in Building and Construction Strategy

 75

....

....

....

Women in Leadership Scholarship Program

 50

 50

 100

 100

Women’s Workforce Participation

 350

 350

 350

....

Youth Housing Initiatives ‑ Under 16 Lighthouse Project

1 250

1 750

3 550

3 550

Youth Week and Other Youth Targeted Programs

 105

 105

 105

....

Youth Volunteer Army

 100

 100

 100

....

73 983

30 530

21 091

8 325

 

 

 

 

 

Education

24 Carrot Gardens Project

 250

 250

 250

 250

Beacon Foundation

 500

....

....

....

Improving Literacy Levels for all Tasmanian Students

 500

1 600

1 600

1 600

Online Senior Secondary Assessments

 450

 870

1 800

1 600

Providing free access to Speech Pathologists, Psychologists and Social Workers in Child and Family Learning Centres

 533

1 080

1 090

1 100

School Health Nurses

1 170

1 190

1 440

1 560


 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Education (continued)

 

 

 

 

Stay ChatTY in Schools Program

....

 250

 250

 250

Supporting Students Impacted by Trauma

1 000

1 000

2 000

2 000

Trauma Informed Professional Development

1 000

1 000

....

....

5 403

7 240

8 430

8 360

Finance‑General

Common Ticketing System2,3

7 000

14 500

4 000

4 000

Energy Bill Supplement ‑ Customer Concessions3

12 000

....

....

....

First Home Owners Grant Boost3

7 500

....

....

....

Investing in the Future of the Racing Industry2,3

3 000

....

....

....

Metro ITS Network Optimisation3

 500

 500

 500

 500

Stadium Authority Trust2,3

20 000

22 500

22 500

....

Tasmanian Irrigation Tranche 32,3

10 900

5 900

5 900

5 900

TasPorts Modern Port Infrastructure for the North West2,3

5 000

....

....

....

65 900

43 400

32 900

10 400

 

 

 

 

 

Health

Access Scheme for Medicinal Cannabis

 500

 500

 500

 500

Additional Paramedic Crews ‑ Hobart and Launceston

 3 500

3 500

3 500

3 500

Alcohol and Drug Foundation Good Sports Program

 460

 470

....

....

Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council Tasmania

 150

 150

 150

....

Community Awareness Campaign

 250

....

....

....

Community Based Health Care4

5 000

7 500

7 500

7 500

Community Based Programs

2 623

2 623

2 133

2 000

Community Defibrillator Fund

 250

 250

....

....

Community Mental Health ‑ Addressing Increasing Demand

1 110

1 140

....

....

Community Transport Services Tasmania

 350

 350

 350

 350

COVID‑19 continued mental health services

2 510

2 610

2 710

....

Dover Medical Centre Upgrade

1 000

....

....

....

Drug Education Network

 225

....

....

....

Elective Surgery ‑ additional funding ‑ Surgeries + Endoscopy4

30 000

30 000

30 000

30 000

Emergency Mental Health Co‑response model

2 100

3 000

....

....

Family Planning Tasmania

 75

 75

 75

 75

GP after hours services ‑ additional support

1 000

1 000

1 000

....

Health Recruitment Taskforce

 500

....

....

....

Healthy Tasmania Strategy

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Health (continued)

 

 

 

 

Heart Foundation ‑ support for Rehabilitation of Cardiac patients

 600

....

....

....

Holyoake Gottawanna Program

 300

 300

....

....

Home and Community Based Palliative Care

1 500

3 000

3 000

3 000

Hospital Avoidance Co‑investment Fund

1 000

....

....

....

Hyperbaric Chamber Royal Hobart Hospital

 80

....

....

....

Mental Health Hospital in the Home Pilot

....

....

3 500

5 000

Mersey Community Hospital ‑ Rural Medical Workforce Centre

 500

 800

1 000

1 000

New Paramedics

5 833

7 000

7 000

7 000

North West Regional Hospital Masterplan

 500

....

....

....

North West Regional Hospital Second Linear Accelerator

1 150

2 300

2 300

2 300

Oral Health ‑ One‑off Funding Injection

5 000

....

....

....

Palliative Care Private Sector Partnerships

 500

1 300

2 500

2 500

Palliative Care Tasmania

1 250

1 000

1 000

1 000

Peer Workforce Coordinator and establish Youth Peer Worker Model

 350

 770

 790

....

Public Private Partnerships to deliver care sooner

18 000

....

....

....

Residential Rehabilitation Beds

3 270

4 190

....

....

Rethink 2020

 500

....

....

....

Royal Flying Doctor Service ‑ Regional Oral Health Support

 300

....

....

....

Royal Hobart Hospital ‑ New Angiography Suite and Equipment Upgrade

....

....

 250

 250

Rural Hospital Boost ‑ additional staff

 600

 800

1 000

1 000

Salvation Army Street Teams

 200

 200

....

....

Supporting Access to Cutting Edge Treatments for Children with Cancer

 600

....

....

....

Tasmanian Community Health and Wellbeing Networks

2 250

2 250

....

....

Volunteer Ambulance Officers Association of Tasmania ‑ MOU

 50

....

....

....

Youth Smoking Initiative

 250

 250

 250

 250

97 186

78 328

71 508

68 225

 

 

 

 

 

Inland Fisheries Services

Junior Inland Angling Fee Waiver

 18

 19

 19

 19

Trout Promotion

 50

 50

....

....

 68

 69

 19

 19

 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Justice

Children and Young People Legal Representation ‑ North and North West

 80

 80

 80

 80

Family Violence Electronic Monitoring Extension

1 400

1 000

....

....

Increased Prison Therapeutic Staff

 500

 500

....

....

Legal Assistance Sector Support

2 200

2 200

2 200

2 200

Primary Producer Safety Rebate Scheme

 500

 500

 500

 500

Reduce Re‑offending Program

 496

 496

 496

....

Regional Land Use Strategies

 950

1 000

1 500

....

6 126

5 776

4 776

2 780

Marine and Safety Tasmania

Bridport Foreshore

5 000

....

....

....

5 000

....

....

....

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

Crime Stoppers Support

 25

 25

 25

 25

Emergency Services Personnel and Volunteers Health and Wellbeing Program

1 500

1 500

1 500

1 500

Increase in Police Numbers

....

1 450

2 900

5 075

More Support for Police

 250

 500

 750

1 000

1 775

3 475

5 175

7 600

 

 

 

 

 

Premier and Cabinet

Business Resource Efficiency Program

 200

....

....

....

Carbon Farming Pilot Program

 250

....

....

....

Charge Smart Grants Program

 600

....

....

....

Literacy Advisory Panel

 300

....

....

....

Service Tasmania Digital Portal

 570

 872

1 472

1 472

1 920

 872

1 472

1 472

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

10 Year Recreational Sea Fishing Strategy

 175

 175

....

....

Aboriginal Cultural Fisheries

 125

 125

....

....

Agricultural Development Fund

 750

 750

 750

 750

Biosecurity Officers

 375

 375

....

....

Cat Management Plan

 175

 175

....

....

 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (continued)

 

 

 

 

DairyTas ‑ Cows out of Creeks Program

 25

 25

 25

 25

East Coast Rock Lobster Translocation Program

 75

 75

....

....

Economic and Social Value Study ‑ Recreational Hunting and Sporting Shooting

 50

....

....

....

Emerging Marine Industry Support

 125

 125

....

....

Farm Debt Mediation Scheme

....

 125

 125

 125

Flinders Island Bio‑security

 88

 88

 88

 88

Flinders Island Veterinarian Accommodation and Equipment

 490

 490

....

....

Fruit Growers Tasmania

 125

 125

 125

 125

Horsetail Falls Walk

 600

....

....

....

Industry Training Initiative

 500

 500

 500

 500

King Island Biosecurity Officer

 87

 87

 88

 88

Landcare Action Grants Program

 225

 225

 225

 225

Livestock Traceability

 90

 90

 90

 90

Living Next Door to a Farmer Campaign

 37

 37

 38

 38

Plastic Free Tasmania

 250

 250

 250

 250

Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority ‑ Convict Heritage Hub, Penitentiary

 250

1 000

....

....

Protect Tasmania’s Disease‑free Status

 575

 575

 575

 575

Raptor Refuges

 10

 10

 10

 10

Rural Business Resilience Package

 866

 867

 867

....

Rural Water Use Strategy Implementation

 375

 375

 375

 375

Safe Farming Tasmania

 112

 112

 113

 113

Seafood Trails site

 50

 50

 50

....

Shellfish Levy ‑ Oyster Industry Levy Relief5

(350)

....

....

....

Strategic Industry Partnership Program

 500

 500

 500

 500

Supporting Recreational Sea Fishing in Local Communities

1 000

1 000

....

....

Swift Parrot Recovery Plan

 250

 250

 250

 250

TARFish Peak Body Support

 80

 160

 160

....

Tasmanian Natural Resource Management Bodies

....

1 400

1 400

1 400

TFGA Support of Enhanced Biosecurity

 87

 87

 88

 88

Thoroughbred and Harness Breeding Initiatives

....

....

....

 350

Threatened Species Strategy

....

....

 150

 150

Training Subsidy ‑ Safe Harvesting and Meat Handling Certification

 25

 25

....

....


 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (continued)

 

 

 

 

Wild Fallow Deer Management Plan

 125

 125

....

....

Wild Fisheries Action Plan

1 000

1 000

....

....

Wine Tasmania

 25

 25

 25

 25

9 347

11 403

6 867

6 140

 

 

 

 

 

State Fire Commission

Fire and Emergency Services Volunteer Recruitment Teams and Secretariat

 600

 600

 600

 600

Red Hot Tips Program

 625

 625

 625

 625

State Operations Centre Multi‑hazard Intelligence Team

....

 300

 300

 300

Tasmania Fire Service Fuel Reduction Program

 625

 625

 625

 625

1 850

2 150

2 150

2 150

State Growth

Additional Bus Capacity

2 500

2 500

7 500

7 500

Advanced Manufacturing Accelerating Growth Grants

1 500

1 500

....

....

Advanced Manufacturing Action Plan

1 800

1 750

1 450

....

Bell Bay Hydrogen Hub

....

 100

....

....

Blundstone Arena

6 000

....

....

....

Boiler Replacement Action Plan

 50

....

....

....

Boost Business Tasmania

 200

 200

 200

 200

Building Projects Support Program

10 000

....

....

....

Business Events Attraction Fund

 300

 300

 300

 300

Community Services‑based Project Team

 195

 195

 195

....

Community Services‑based Workforce Ready Team

 500

 500

 500

....

Community Services Sector Recruitment Campaign

 100

....

....

....

Community Services Sector Workforce Development Fund

 310

 310

 310

....

COVID‑19 Small Business Financial Counselling and Advice Support Program

 400

 300

 250

 250

Creative Support Small Grants Program

 200

....

....

....

Cultural and Creative Industry Operational Assistance

1 200

1 200

1 200

1 200

Digital Ready for Business Program

....

 250

 250

 250

Digital Ready for Daily Life Program

 100

 200

 200

 200

Diversity Action Plan

 150

....

....

....

Don River Railway

2 000

....

....

....

Enterprize Hubs ‑ Hobart and Launceston

....

 278

 278

 278

Events Support and Attraction Fund

2 000

2 000

2 000

2 000


Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

State Growth (continued)

 

 

 

 

Exploration Drilling Grants Initiative

....

 500

 500

 500

Forestry Sector Diversity Action Plan

 50

 50

 50

....

Geo‑science initiative

 500

 500

 500

 500

Great Customer Experience Program

....

 800

 800

 800

Greenhill Observatory Fibre‑optic

 150

....

....

....

Helping Migrants into employment

 95

 95

....

....

High Vis Army ‑ Civil Contractors Federation

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

High Vis Army ‑ Housing Industry Association

 250

 250

 250

 250

High Vis Army ‑ Master Builders Tasmania

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

Hospitality 2030 ‑ Building Skills and Workforce Development

....

 750

 750

 750

International Business Development Managers

....

 750

 750

 750

Jobs Hub Initiative

2 725

4 450

3 450

....

Jobs Partnership Fund

 500

 500

 500

....

King Island Flight Subsidy Extension ‑ Hobart to King and Flinders Islands

1 000

....

....

....

King Island Lighthouse Maintenance at Currie

 250

....

....

....

King Island Telecommunications Upgrade

1 000

....

....

....

Maritime Wooden Boat Centre

1 250

....

....

....

Meander Valley ‑ Short Walks Destination

 250

 250

....

....

NILS Energy Saver Loan and Subsidy Program

 250

 250

 250

 250

NILS Micro Business Loan Program

 75

 75

 75

 75

On‑Island Processing and Value Adding Initiative

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

PFG Group ‑ No interest loan

 12

 12

 12

....

Pilot Youth Connectors Program in Sorell, Glenorchy and George Town

 671

 671

....

....

Project NW Experience Gap Analysis

 275

....

....

....

Project Springboard Program

 100

....

....

....

Regional Events Recovery Fund

1 500

....

....

....

Regional Hospitality Revival Fund

1 000

....

....

....

Rural Town Security Cameras ‑ Grant Program

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

Securing Our Business Future ‑ Survey of Business Expectations

 30

 30

 30

 30

Securing Tasmania’s Iconic Events

5 250

5 250

4 000

3 500

Skills and Training ‑ Arbre Forest Industries

 25

 25

 25

....

Small Business Incubator and Accelerator Pilot Program

 500

 750

 750

....

Small Business Mental Health Support Package

 300

 100

....

....

Sorell Trade Training Centre

1 500

....

....

....

Stadium Authority Trust

1 500

3 000

5 000

5 000

Strahan Waterfront Precinct

1 000

....

....

....


Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

State Growth (continued)

 

 

 

 

Support for Regional Chambers of Commerce

 100

 100

 100

....

Supporting Clubs, Sporting Clubs and RSLs

 100

 350

 350

 350

Supporting Jobs at INCAT

2 000

2 000

2 000

....

Supporting the Fit for Work Devonport Project

 170

....

....

....

Tamar Dredging Program

2 000

2 000

....

....

Tamar Estuary Governance

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

Tasmanian Defence Advocate

 300

 300

 300

....

Tasmanian Energy Efficiency Loans Scheme (TEELS)

....

1 500

1 500

....

Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council Industry Advancement

 200

 150

 150

....

Tasmanian Small Business Council

 50

 50

 50

....

Tasmanian Trade Strategy 2019‑2025

 150

1 250

1 250

1 100

Tasmania’s Aboriginal Heritage

 250

 250

 250

....

Tender Incentive Grant Program

 300

 300

....

....

THA Mental Health and Wellbeing Support

 400

 200

....

....

Timber Promotions Board

 192

 192

 192

....

Tourism Industry Interest Free Loan Program

....

1 000

1 000

1 000

Transformer Dark Lab Project

1 350

1 350

....

....

West Coast Heritage Centre

 150

 150

 150

 150

Wielangta Road Upgrades

1 000

....

....

....

65 225

46 783

44 617

32 183

TasTAFE

100 Extra TasTAFE Teachers

3 800

7 500

11 300

15 000

Regional TAFE Virtual campus

2 000

8 000

....

....

Skill Up!

 500

 500

 500

 500

TasTAFE and Libraries Tasmania

2 000

2 000

....

....

8 300

18 000

11 800

15 500

Tourism Tasmania

King Island Golf Tourism Campaign

 345

....

....

....

Regenerative Tourism Plan

 300

....

....

....

Tourism Marketing ‑ Additional Funding

....

4 000

7 000

7 000

Tourism Master Plan

 50

....

....

....

Visitor Information Technology

 500

 500

....

....

1 195

4 500

7 000

7 000

Total Operating Services

343 278

252 526

217 805

170 154


 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Services

Communities Tasmania

Extended Social Housing Build

....

....

30 000

60 000

Silverdome Capital Upgrade

5 000

....

....

....

Supported Accommodation Facilities

....

....

1 000

5 000

Youth Housing Initiatives ‑ Modular Youth Housing and Dispersed Youth Foyer

 500

2 950

1 750

....

5 500

2 950

32 750

65 000

Education

Bothwell District School ‑ Agriculture in Schools

 100

 900

1 000

....

Cambridge Primary School ‑ Major School Redevelopment

 100

 500

7 000

7 500

Campbell Town District School ‑ Agriculture in Schools

 100

 900

1 000

....

Contemporary Classrooms

 200

 800

3 000

3 000

Eastern Shore Multi‑Sports Facility

 500

3 500

4 000

....

Exeter High School ‑ Major School Redevelopment

 150

 500

3 750

6 600

Glen Dhu Pool

1 500

....

....

....

Hobart City Partner Schools Project (Ogilvie and New Town High)

....

1 200

7 000

7 000

Lauderdale Primary School ‑ Major School Redevelopment

 200

2 000

4 300

....

Montello Primary School ‑ Major School Redevelopment

 150

2 200

4 750

....

Mt Nelson School Oval

 50

....

....

....

Renewable Energy Schools Program

 250

1 000

1 250

1 250

Support School Package including North West School

2 000

2 200

5 000

7 000

Supporting Safer Schools

 500

1 000

1 500

1 500

Woodbridge School Oval

 40

....

....

....

5 840

16 700

43 550

33 850

Health

Dover Helipad

....

 300

....

....

Hospital Equipment Fund

5 000

10 000

5 000

....

Kingston Health Centre ‑ Stage 2

....

....

2 000

8 000

Launceston General Hospital ‑ Mental Health Precinct

 500

1 500

5 000

5 000

Mersey Community Hospital ‑ Expanded Redevelopment

....

1 000

4 000

5 000


 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Health (continued)

 

 

 

 

Mersey Community Hospital ‑ Rural Medical Workforce Centre

....

1 000

....

....

Midlands Multipurpose Health Centre Upgrade

150

1 600

1 750

....

New Ambulance Vehicles and Equipment

2 000

4 000

3 000

....

North West Regional Hospital ‑ Mental Health Precinct

....

2 000

8 000

10 000

North West Regional Hospital Upgrade

....

 750

1 750

....

Royal Hobart Hospital ‑ New Angiography Suite and Equipment Upgrade

....

....

2 000

5 000

Royal Hobart Hospital Redevelopment ‑ Expanded Stage 2

....

....

48 100

61 900

Rural Hospital Equipment Boost

2 500

2 500

....

....

St Helens Helipad

....

 300

....

....

10 150

24 950

80 600

94 900

 

 

 

 

 

Inland Fisheries Service

Inland Fisheries Infrastructure

 250

 250

 250

 250

 250

 250

 250

 250

 

 

 

 

 

Justice

Prison Body Scanning Technology

....

1 300

....

....

....

1 300

....

....

 

 

 

 

 

Marine and Safety Tasmania

Flinders Island Boat Ramp and Upgrade

 120

....

....

....

 120

....

....

....

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

Bridgewater Police Station Upgrade

....

 50

 50

5 900

St Helens Police Station

....

 50

 50

2 900

....

 100

 100

8 800

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

Ben Lomond ‑ A Year Round Destination

....

 400

....

 800

Cape Bruny Car Park and Access Upgrade

....

....

....

 200

Cockle Creek Camping and Access Upgrade

 125

 125

 500

1 000

Crumbed Rubber Roads

 200

 800

1 000

1 000

Edge of the World Revitalisation

....

....

....

 750


 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (continued)

 

 

 

 

Flinders Island Camping Upgrades and RV Access

 200

....

....

 400

Freycinet National Park New Visitor Gateway

....

....

....

4 000

Hastings Thermal Pool Revitalisation

 100

 100

2 800

....

Maria Island Re‑discovered Project

....

....

1 000

1 800

Mt Field National Park New Arrival Concourse

....

....

....

 200

North‑East Parks and Reserve Upgrades

....

....

 465

....

Spion Kop Road and Black River Day Use Area

 35

....

....

....

Tamar Island Wetlands Boardwalk Replacement

....

....

....

 500

Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen Revitalisation

....

....

 500

1 000

Tasmanian Agricultural Precinct

 500

7 000

7 500

....

1 160

8 425

13 765

11 650

State Fire Commission

Fire and Emergency Service Volunteer Grants Program

....

....

 500

 500

Volunteer Brigade Equipment Upgrades

 250

 250

 500

 500

Volunteer Brigade Fire Truck Defibrillators

 250

....

....

....

 500

 250

1 000

1 000

 State Growth

Algona Interchange and Kingston Bypass6

 500

 1 600

3 700

12 800

Arthur Highway Upgrades

....

....

 500

1 500

Bus Stop Upgrades

 500

1 000

2 000

2 500

Channel Highway Bypass of Huonville6

....

....

2 300

6 200

Cycling Infrastructure

....

 500

 500

 500

Cygnet Township Safety Upgrade

....

....

1 000

4 000

Devonport to Cradle Mountain Road Upgrades

....

....

....

 500

East and West Tamar Highway Upgrades6

....

....

....

1 000

Great Eastern Drive Upgrades

....

....

5 000

5 000

New Park and Ride Facilities

....

 500

1 000

3 500

Palana Road Upgrades

....

1 000

1 000

....

Rokeby Stage 3 ‑ Pass Road to Oakdowns6

 300

 600

 800

 4 300

Sideling Upgrades Stage 26

....

....

....

5 000

Stanley Highway Tourism Upgrades

....

....

....

 500

Victoria Street Redevelopment

....

 650

....

....

1 300

5 850

17 800

47 300

 

 

 

 

 


 

Table A2.1:       Election Commitments by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

TasTAFE

TasTAFE Facility Upgrades and Transition Fund

11 250

11 250

11 250

11 250

11 250

11 250

11 250

11 250

 

 

 

 

 

Total Capital Services

36 070

72 025

201 065

274 000

Notes:

1.    The Premium Interest Rate reduction reflects the reduction in the premium component of the interest rate charged on unpaid tax from eight per cent to four per cent.

2.    This election commitment provides funding as an equity contribution to a government business or other entity that is outside of the General Government Sector.

3.    This election commitment is a Key Deliverable in chapter 12 Treasury and Finance in Government Services Budget Paper No 2.

4.    The cost of these Health election commitments incorporates a contribution from the Australian Government of $60.2 million over the 2021‑22 Budget and Forward Estimates.

5.    The reduction in revenue for Shellfish Levy ‑ Oyster Industry Levy Relief is wholly offset by the additional funding for the COVID‑19 Response ‑ Seafood Industry Recovery Initiatives, in Table A2.2.

6.    The delivery of these State Growth election commitments will include a contribution from the Australian Government.


 

Table A2.2:       Other Initiatives by Agency

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Revenue

 

 

 

 

Finance‑General

 

 

 

 

Duty concessions for First Home Buyers and Pensioners Downsizing

(6 830)

....

....

....

Extension of waiver of Liquor Licence Fees

(61)

(81)

(101)

(81)

 

(6 891)

(81)

(101)

(81)

 

 

 

 

 

Operating Services

Brand Tasmania

Tasmanian Brand: Youth Enterprise

 100

....

....

....

Sentiment and Brand Measurement

 175

 240

....

....

 275

 240

....

....

 

 

 

 

 

Communities Tasmania

Aboriginal Liaison Officers

 112

 450

 450

 450

Aboriginal Reconciliation

 200

....

....

....

Affordable Housing Community Housing Growth Program

....

20 610

....

....

COVID19 Response and Recovery Measures  Public Housing Initiatives Energy Efficiency

12 000

....

....

....

COVID19 Response and Recovery Measures -Tasmanian Hotel Quarantine Extension Costs

30 500

....

....

....

COVID19 Response and Recovery Measures  Womens Strategy

1 500

....

....

....

Football Tasmania

 300

 450

 450

 450

Intensive Family Engagement Services

2 018

....

....

....

Karinya Young Mums

 250

 250

 250

 250

Kelso Public Facilities Upgrade

 150

....

....

....

Kinship Review

 500

....

....

....

Laurel House

 250

....

....

....

Magnolia House Expansion

 449

 615

 609

 609

National Disability Services Tasmania

 216

 216

 116

 116

Prevention of Elder Abuse

 880

 880

....

....

Sexual Assault Support Service

 250

....

....

....

Southern Mens Supported Accommodation additional funding

 187

 441

 454

 94

Tasmanianbased Therapeutic Program for Young People

 500

....

....

....

Transition to Independence (T2i)

1 125

....

....

....

Yemaya Womens Support Service

 100

....

....

....

51 487

23 912

2 329

1 969

Table A2.2:       Other Initiatives by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Education

Free Sanitary Items in Schools

 80

 80

 80

 80

Wellbeing Lead Teacher and Principal Initiative

 250

....

....

....

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

 15

....

....

....

 345

 80

 80

 80

 

 

 

 

 

Finance‑General

Electric Bus Trial1,2

2 000

4 000

....

....

Headworks Holiday

7 500

7 500

....

....

Macquarie Point Capital Contribution1

27 350

28 200

9 000

....

Treasurers Reserve Capacity3

140 000

40 000

40 000

40 000

176 850

79 700

49 000

40 000

Health

Beds and Demand Major Hospitals

25 000

29 000

29 000

115 000

Building a Positive Health Culture

1 200

1 200

1 300

1 300

Building the Health Care Workforce Health Workforce 2040

6 700

2 000

2 000

5 000

Community Healthcare

1 100

2 300

2 300

2 300

COVID19 Response Vaccine Costs

8 523

....

....

....

Elective Surgery additional commitment

....

10 000

10 000

20 000

GP after hours boost additional funding

1 000

1 000

1 000

2 000

Health ICT Digital Transformation Initiation Phase4

10 000

....

....

....

Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI)

 520

 530

 540

 550

Huntingtons Disease Association Tasmania

 80

 80

 80

 80

Mental Health Service Reviews including CAMHS

12 500

12 500

12 500

12 500

Safe Staffing Model for Tasmanian District Hospitals

5 000

4 500

4 400

4 400

Salvation Army New Town Site Masterplan

 150

....

....

....

Voluntary Assisted Dying Act Implementation

1 579

2 737

2 417

2 417

73 352

65 847

65 537

165 547

 

 

 

 

 

Justice

Acting Judges

1 276

1 276

....

....

Additional Magistrate

 956

 956

 956

 956

Commission of Inquiry5

10 005

1 222

....

....

Contribution to Tasmanian Residential Rental Property Owners (TRRPO) Association

 50

 50

....

....

COVID19 Response Additional Inspections

 750

....

....

....

Legal Risk Management to Support the Governments Infrastructure Program

1 000

1 400

1 400

1 400

Table A2.2:       Other Initiatives by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Justice (continued)

 

 

 

 

Police Out of Courts (Burnie Court)

4 029

3 029

3 029

3 029

Property Agents Board

 552

....

....

....

Resourcing for Planning Reforms

 700

....

....

....

Safe at Home Family Violence Service System

1 419

....

....

....

Tasmania Prison Service Demand Pressures

4 000

4 000

4 000

4 000

24 737

11 933

9 385

9 385

 

 

 

 

 

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

Country Police Station Relief Policy

2 621

2 634

2 648

2 664

COVID‑19 Response ‑ COVID‑19 Coordination Centre

3 500

....

....

....

Kentish and Latrobe Flood Mitigation Projects

3 600

2 260

1 200

....

9 721

4 894

3 848

2 664

 

 

 

 

 

Premier and Cabinet

Additional Service Tasmania operational costs

 125

 125

 125

 125

Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy

5 000

7 000

9 000

9 000

Climate Action 26 : Tasmania’s Climate Change Action Plan 2021‑26

2 000

7 000

 500

 500

Expert Panel Review of Local Government

 500

 500

....

....

Protective Security Policy Framework

1 100

 130

....

....

Regional Recovery Committees

 50

 50

....

....

8 775

14 805

9 625

9 625

 

 

 

 

 

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania

 55

 55

....

....

Analytical Services

....

1 500

1 500

1 500

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Border and Biosecurity Control Costs

1 000

....

....

....

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Circular Economy

5 000

5 000

....

....

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Seafood Industry Recovery Initiatives

 537

....

....

....

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Traveller Management System

 270

....

....

....

Injured and Orphaned Wildlife

 115

 115

 115

 115

National Trust

 300

....

....

....

Save the Tasmanian Devil

....

 450

 450

 450

Support the Major Aboriginal Policy Reform Initiatives

 710

 260

....

....

7 987

7 380

2 065

2 065

 

Table A2.2:       Other Initiatives by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

State Fire Commission

Australian Fire Danger Rating System (AFDRS)

1 379

....

....

....

1 379

....

....

....

State Growth

Boosting Hire Car Supply

1 000

....

....

....

Building and Construction Support Loan Scheme

1 200

1 200

1 200

....

Carbon Neutral Destination ‑ Tourism Carbon Audit

1 500

....

....

....

COVID‑19 Cost of Living Grant ‑ Embedded Electricity Network Customers

1 000

....

....

....

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Arts and Cultural Grants Fund

 933

....

....

....

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Building Projects Support Program

10 000

....

....

....

COVID‑19 Response ‑ Energy Rebates for Hospitality Businesses

8 983

....

....

....

Creative and Cultural Recovery Support

1 500

....

....

....

Innovation and Development Grants

8 000

....

....

....

Macquarie Point ‑ Operating Costs

3 500

5 000

5 000

....

New Ancillary/Secondary Dwellings $10 000 Rental Incentive

2 500

....

....

....

New Small Business Financial Counselling

1 000

....

....

....

Renewables Tasmania

2 000

2 000

2 000

2 000

Tasmanian Screen Productions

3 000

....

....

....

Tourism Business Planning

 500

....

....

....

Tourism Hospitality Support

4 000

....

....

....

Travel Agent Support

1 000

....

....

....

Working Tasmania Program

10 250

10 250

....

....

61 866

18 450

8 200

2 000

 

 

 

 

 

Treasury and Finance

Renewables, Climate and Future Industries Tasmania

1 000

2 000

2 000

2 000

1 000

2 000

2 000

2 000

 

 

 

 

 

Integrity Commission

Investing in Misconduct Prevention, Education and Oversight

 622

 596

 619

 299

 622

 596

 619

 299

 

Table A2.2:       Other Initiatives by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Marine and Safety Tasmania

Cygnet Jetty

 300

....

....

....

 300

....

....

....

 

 

 

 

 

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Acting Judges

 362

 362

....

....

Dangerous Criminal and High Risk Offenders Bill Compliance Costs

 409

 409

 409

 409

Royal Commission and Commission of Inquiry Response Staffing

1 017

1 017

1 017

1 017

1 788

1 788

1 426

1 426

 

 

 

 

 

Office of the Governor

Upgrade and Integration of Security Systems

 310

 10

 10

 10

 310

 10

 10

 10

 

 

 

 

 

Office of the Ombudsman

Office of the Ombudsman ‑ Additional Funding

 500

 750

1 000

1 000

 500

 750

1 000

1 000

Total Operating Services

421 294

232 385

155 124

238 070

Capital Services

Communities Tasmania

Derwent Entertainment Centre and Multi‑Sports Facility

15 000

....

....

....

15 000

....

....

....

 

 

 

 

 

Education

Hobart City Partner Schools Project (Ogilvie and New Town High)

 800

 800

....

....

 800

 800

....

....

 

 

 

 

 

Finance‑General

Digital Transformation Priority Expenditure Program4

5 000

....

1 500

10 000

5 000

....

1 500

10 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table A2.2:       Other Initiatives by Agency (continued)

2021‑22

2022‑23

2023‑24

2024‑25

Budget

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

Forward Estimate

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

Health

New Burnie Ambulance Station

....

....

4 266

....

New Glenorchy Ambulance Station

....

....

4 266

....

Maternity Services at the North West Regional Hospital

....

1 500

....

....

Royal Hobart Hospital Pharmacy Redevelopment

....

2 100

....

....

....

3 600

8 532

....

 

 

 

 

 

Justice

Burnie Court Complex

....

12 500

12 500

....

Risdon Prison ‑ Critical Infrastructure Maintenance

1 500

2 510

2 510

2 510

1 500

15 010

15 010

2 510

 

 

 

 

 

Police, Fire and Emergency Management

Emergency Services Operations Centre

3 000

....

....

....

Large Vessel Replacement Program

....

....

2 800

....

Special Operations Group Infrastructure ‑ South

1 500

2 100

....

....

4 500

2 100

2 800

....

 

 

 

 

 

Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment

Arthur‑Pieman Conservation Area Track Upgrade

1 000

5 000

4 000

....

1 000

5 000

4 000

....

Total Capital Services

27 800

26 510

31 842

12 510

Notes:

1.    This initiative provides funding as an equity contribution to a government business or other entity that is outside of the General Government Sector.

2.    This initiative is a Key Deliverable in chapter 12 Treasury and Finance in Government Services Budget Paper No 2.

3.    The Treasurer’s Reserve capacity has been increased above the existing Budget allocation of $10 million per annum. The total Treasurer’s Reserve capacity in 2021‑22 is $150 million and $50 million per annum from 2022‑23 to 2024‑25.

4.    The total allocation in 2021‑22 to Health ICT Digital Transformation initiatives is $15 million, comprising $10 million allocated directly to the Department and an additional $5 million through the Digital Transformation Priority Expenditure Program in Finance‑General.

5.    The allocation for the Commission of Inquiry includes an Operating Services appropriation to establish a Commission of Inquiry Response Unit for the Government’s response to the Inquiry and a Reserved by Law appropriation for the costs and expenses of the conduct of the Commission of Inquiry itself.