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.

2014 State Infrastructure Strategy update

In November 2014, Infrastructure NSW made 30 investment recommendations to Government on the next round of critical infrastructure for NSW. Learn more. Learn more.

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.

Latest News

$20 million injection for Muswellbrook

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Acting NSW Premier Troy Grant today joined local MP George Souris and Nationals candidate for Upper Hunter Michael Johnsen to announce a $20 million injection of funds for the Muswellbrook Hospital from the latest round of the NSW Government’s Resources for Regions program. Read more

Darling Harbour marks one year of stellar progress

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Construction work on Darling Harbour’s new world-class business events venue is picking up pace, with more than 32,000 cubic metres of concrete poured and over one million labour hours contributed on-site. Read more

Infrastructure NSW provides 30 recommendations to Government on infrastructure priorities

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Infrastructure NSW has made 30 investment recommendations on the next round of critical infrastructure for NSW—set out in the ‘State Infrastructure Strategy Update 2014’, published today. Read more