State Infrastructure Strategy

One of Infrastructure NSW's primary functions is to deliver independent advice to the NSW Government on the highest priority infrastructure projects for the State over the next 20 years.

This advice is provided through the State Infrastructure Strategy, which supports the Government’s objective of providing the right infrastructure at the right time to keep the economy moving.

2012 State Infrastructure Strategy: First things first

In September 2012, Infrastructure NSW prepared the State's first prioritised and costed long-term infrastructure strategy for the Government’s consideration. Learn more.

2014 State Infrastructure Strategy update

Infrastructure NSW is currently updating the 20-year State Infrastructure Strategy to take account of money that would be made available through the Government’s Rebuilding NSW plan. Learn more.

Latest News

Major tourism boost for NSW: New luxury hotel at Darling Harbour

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sydney has secured a landmark luxury 5-star hotel as part of the new world-class convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct at Darling Harbour, NSW Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner announced today. Read more

Major investment in water security projects

Thursday, August 07, 2014

NSW Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner and Minister for Natural Resources, Lands and Water Kevin Humphries today announced $17 million in funding for ten projects across eight Local Government Areas under the most recent round of Water Security for Regions. Read more

Shared bridge marks start of Grand Pacific Walk

Friday, August 01, 2014

Minister for the Ilawarra John Ajaka and Member for Heathcote Lee Evans today joined Wollongong Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery to inspect a newly completed shared pathway bridge at Coalcliff. The $5 million committed by the NSW Government to this project is part of a pool of $100 million made available to 12 projects through the Restart Illawarra Infrastructure Fund. Read more