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

New convention centre fast becoming a reality

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance today marked the topping out of the new International Convention Centre - a significant milestone in the revitalisation of Darling Harbour. Read more

Delivering infrastructure to grow regional NSW

Friday, June 19, 2015

The NSW Government has nearly doubled the investment allocated to regional airport upgrades in recognition of the significant tourism services they provide. Read more

$6 million boost for more Sydney business events

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

NSW Deputy Premier Troy Grant today announced $6 million in new money would be invested in Business Events Sydney to bid on and secure more business events for the city and the new International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney). Read more