Australian Government, 2013-14 Budget
Budget

Part 3: Fiscal outlook (continued)

Attachment E
Annex A

Payments to the States (continued)

Table A.3: Estimated payments to support skills & workforce development services, by year and State
$'000 NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total
2013‑14                  
National Skills and Workforce Development SPP 453,980 349,266 282,071 151,689 102,384 31,455 23,561 14,563 1,408,969
National Partnership payments                  
Building Australia's Future Workforce                  
Skills reform 76,589 59,304 48,669 24,858 17,314 5,332 3,820 2,465 238,351
Training places for single and teen parents 8,520 6,330 5,711 2,563 2,227 766 248 303 26,668
Industry and Indigenous Skills Centre - 98 264 154 90 75 55 143 879
TAFE fee waivers for childcare qualifications 5,674 6,191 2,282 941 1,238 467 393 19 17,205
Youth attainment and transitions                  
Maximising engagement, attainment and successful transitions 4,246 8,520 2,798 1,406 968 303 331 179 18,751
Year 12 attainment and transitions 16,764 13,787 10,263 5,674 3,856 1,158 804 1,026 53,332
Total 565,773 443,496 352,058 187,285 128,077 39,556 29,212 18,698 1,764,155
2014‑15                  
National Skills and Workforce Development SPP 456,057 355,440 290,110 159,430 102,487 31,163 23,893 14,765 1,433,345
National Partnership payments                  
Building Australia's Future Workforce                  
Skills reform 121,209 93,853 77,024 39,340 27,401 8,439 6,046 3,900 377,212
Training places for single and teen parents 8,520 6,330 5,711 2,563 2,227 766 248 303 26,668
Industry and Indigenous Skills Centre - - - - - - - - -
TAFE fee waivers for childcare qualifications 1,624 4,441 1,299 609 1,321 291 86 - 9,671
Youth attainment and transitions                  
Maximising engagement, attainment and successful transitions - - - - - - - - -
Year 12 attainment and transitions - - - - - - - - -
Total 587,410 460,064 374,144 201,942 133,436 40,659 30,273 18,968 1,846,896
2015‑16                  
National Skills and Workforce Development SPP 461,542 361,254 295,558 164,391 103,413 31,224 24,347 14,979 1,456,708
National Partnership payments                  
Building Australia's Future Workforce                  
Skills reform 121,281 93,909 77,070 39,364 27,418 8,444 6,050 3,903 377,439
Training places for single and teen parents - - - - - - - - -
Industry and Indigenous Skills Centre - - - - - - - - -
TAFE fee waivers for childcare qualifications - - - - - - - - -
Youth attainment and transitions                  
Maximising engagement, attainment and successful transitions - - - - - - - - -
Year 12 attainment and transitions - - - - - - - - -
Total 582,823 455,163 372,628 203,755 130,831 39,668 30,397 18,882 1,834,147
2016‑17                  
National Skills and Workforce Development SPP 468,129 367,937 301,714 169,781 104,581 31,352 24,860 15,230 1,483,584
National Partnership payments                  
Building Australia's Future Workforce                  
Skills reform 165,910 128,466 105,430 53,849 37,507 11,551 8,276 5,339 516,328
Training places for single and teen parents - - - - - - - - -
Industry and Indigenous Skills Centre - - - - - - - - -
TAFE fee waivers for childcare qualifications - - - - - - - - -
Youth attainment and transitions                  
Maximising engagement, attainment and successful transitions - - - - - - - - -
Year 12 attainment and transitions - - - - - - - - -
Total 634,039 496,403 407,144 223,630 142,088 42,903 33,136 20,569 1,999,912

Table A.4: Estimated payments to support state community services, by year and State
$'000 NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total
2013‑14                  
National Disability SPP 425,003 329,796 268,514 145,765 95,792 29,329 22,108 13,725 1,330,032
Changed roles and responsibilities — adjustment to achieve budget neutrality(a)(b) 1,110 - 16,514 - -90,030 -33,848 1,986 -17,933 -122,201
National Partnership payments                  
Transitioning responsibilities for aged care and disability services                  
Basic community care maintenance and support services(c) - 378,539 - 162,440 - - - - 540,979
Specialist disability services(d) 55,149 - 33,901 - 69,577 5,240 - 23,844 187,711
Assistance to States for DisabilityCare Australia - - - - - - - - -
Assisting preparation towards the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme - - - - - 704 6,424 - 7,128
Certain concessions for pensioners and seniors card holders                  
Certain concessions for pensioners 97,276 69,533 48,555 24,451 27,662 8,881 1,976 1,351 279,685
National reciprocal transport concessions 5,929 1,642 3,799 407 367 113 170 73 12,500
Home and Community Care — services for veterans 856 3,979 1,221 1,526 260 127 141 27 8,137
Launch of My Way sites - - - - - - - - -
Pay equity for the social and community services sector 10,764 18,848 35,432 7,521 4,284 1,949 1,038 887 80,723
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory                  
Alice Springs transformation plan - - - - - - - 4,653 4,653
Child, youth, family and community wellbeing - - - - - - - 13,644 13,644
Community safety and justice - - - - - - - 40,346 40,346
Municipal and essential services - - - - - - - 15,360 15,360
Remote engagement and coordination - - - - - - - 4,214 4,214
Tackling alcohol abuse - - - - - - - 3,773 3,773
Total 596,087 802,337 407,936 342,110 107,912 12,495 33,843 103,964 2,406,684

(a) From 2011-12, the Commonwealth is making an adjustment to the National Disability SPP to ensure that the changes to Commonwealth and State roles and responsibilities for aged care and disability services are budget neutral until 2013-14. From 2014-15 the changed roles and responsibilities in this area will result in additional own purpose expenditure for the Commonwealth. Western Australia is not participating in these arrangements and no adjustment will be made to the National Disability SPP for Western Australia. Estimates do not reflect the recent agreement between the Commonwealth and Victoria.

(b) Funding for 2013-14 for Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Northern Territory represents 2012-13 and 2013-14 amounts.

(c) Funding reflects payments to Victoria and Western Australia under the Home and Community Care Programme Review Agreement.

(d) State and Territory allocations are subject to final negotiations.

Table A.4: Estimated payments to support state community services, by year and State (continued)
$'000 NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total
2014‑15                  
National Disability SPP 442,861 345,154 281,714 154,817 99,521 30,261 23,201 14,337 1,391,866
Changed roles and responsibilities — adjustment to achieve budget neutrality(a) 1,141 - 8,350 - -70,897 -25,304 2,043 -16,842 -101,509
National Partnership payments                  
Transitioning responsibilities for aged care and disability services                  
Basic community care maintenance and support services(b) - nfp - nfp - - - - nfp
Specialist disability services(c) 62,381 - 18,744 - 76,759 5,873 - 20,924 184,681
Assistance to States for DisabilityCare Australia - - - - - - - - -
Assisting preparation towards the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme - - - - - 616 3,700 - 4,316
Certain concessions for pensioners and seniors card holders                  
Certain concessions for pensioners 100,873 72,113 50,354 25,356 28,688 9,213 2,049 1,403 290,049
National reciprocal transport concessions 5,929 1,642 3,799 407 367 113 170 73 12,500
Home and Community Care — services for veterans - - - - - - - - -
Launch of My Way sites - - - 7,782 - - - - 7,782
Pay equity for the social and community services sector 12,148 23,851 28,209 9,530 4,069 1,890 1,318 666 81,681
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory                  
Alice Springs transformation plan - - - - - - - 4,175 4,175
Child, youth, family and community wellbeing - - - - - - - 11,293 11,293
Community safety and justice - - - - - - - 34,914 34,914
Municipal and essential services - - - - - - - 20,818 20,818
Remote engagement and coordination - - - - - - - 4,169 4,169
Tackling alcohol abuse - - - - - - - 3,958 3,958
Total 625,333 442,760 391,170 197,892 138,507 22,662 32,481 99,888 1,950,693
2015‑16                  
National Disability SPP 458,187 358,627 293,409 163,195 102,661 30,996 24,170 14,870 1,446,115
Changed roles and responsibilities — adjustment to achieve budget neutrality(a) 1,166 - 8,527 - -72,404 -25,842 2,086 -17,200 -103,667
National Partnership payments                  
Transitioning responsibilities for aged care and disability services                  
Basic community care maintenance and support services(b) - nfp - nfp - - - - nfp
Specialist disability services(c) 70,872 - 21,566 - 84,703 6,587 - 23,008 206,736
Assistance to States for DisabilityCare Australia 27,500 21,300 - 8,900 6,300 2,000 7,100 800 73,900
Assisting preparation towards the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme - - - - - 616 - - 616
Certain concessions for pensioners and seniors card holders                  
Certain concessions for pensioners 104,611 74,778 52,217 26,292 29,745 9,551 2,127 1,451 300,772
National reciprocal transport concessions 5,929 1,642 3,799 407 367 113 170 73 12,500
Home and Community Care — services for veterans - - - - - - - - -
Launch of My Way sites - - - 31,203 - - - - 31,203
Pay equity for the social and community services sector 17,581 28,518 34,174 11,298 5,863 2,717 1,932 959 103,042
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory                  
Alice Springs transformation plan - - - - - - - 1,796 1,796
Child, youth, family and community wellbeing - - - - - - - 11,584 11,584
Community safety and justice - - - - - - - 35,648 35,648
Municipal and essential services - - - - - - - 21,276 21,276
Remote engagement and coordination - - - - - - - 3,700 3,700
Tackling alcohol abuse - - - - - - - 3,957 3,957
Total 685,846 484,865 413,692 241,295 157,235 26,738 37,585 101,922 2,149,178
2016‑17                  
National Disability SPP 473,937 372,500 305,457 171,887 105,878 31,741 25,168 15,419 1,501,987
Changed roles and responsibilities — adjustment to achieve budget neutrality(a) 1,190 - 8,708 - -73,936 -26,388 2,130 -17,564 -105,860
National Partnership payments                  
Transitioning responsibilities for aged care and disability services                  
Basic community care maintenance and support services(b) - nfp - nfp - - - - nfp
Specialist disability services(c) 80,227 - 24,564 - 93,109 7,343 - 25,208 230,451
Assistance to States for DisabilityCare Australia 56,900 44,000 35,600 18,400 13,100 4,100 14,700 1,700 188,500
Assisting preparation towards the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme - - - - - - - - -
Certain concessions for pensioners and seniors card holders                  
Certain concessions for pensioners 108,828 77,793 54,322 27,353 30,946 9,936 2,212 1,510 312,900
National reciprocal transport concessions 5,929 1,642 3,799 407 367 113 170 73 12,500
Home and Community Care — services for veterans - - - - - - - - -
Launch of My Way sites - - - - - - - - -
Pay equity for the social and community services sector 23,286 47,007 42,272 19,102 10,082 4,312 2,603 1,877 150,541
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory                  
Alice Springs transformation plan - - - - - - - - -
Child, youth, family and community wellbeing - - - - - - - 11,883 11,883
Community safety and justice - - - - - - - 34,661 34,661
Municipal and essential services - - - - - - - 21,744 21,744
Remote engagement and coordination - - - - - - - 3,500 3,500
Tackling alcohol abuse - - - - - - - 3,957 3,957
Total 750,297 542,942 474,722 237,149 179,546 31,157 46,983 103,968 2,366,764

(a) From 2011-12, the Commonwealth is making an adjustment to the National Disability SPP to ensure that the changes to Commonwealth and State roles and responsibilities for aged care and disability services are budget neutral until 2013-14. From 2014-15 the changed roles and responsibilities in this area will result in additional own purpose expenditure for the Commonwealth. Western Australia is not participating in these arrangements and no adjustment will be made to the National Disability SPP for Western Australia. Estimates do not reflect the recent agreement between the Commonwealth and Victoria.

(b) Funding is not published past 2013-14. Provision has been made in the Contingency Reserve subject to negotiations with the States.

(c) State and Territory allocations are subject to final negotiations.


Table A.5: Estimated payments to support state affordable housing services, by year and State
$'000 NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total
2013‑14                  
National Affordable Housing SPP 408,966 311,133 257,177 139,113 94,152 29,982 22,636 19,524 1,282,683
National Partnership payments                  
Building Better Regional Cities(a) 41,822 2,229 3,469 2,400 - - - - 49,920
First Home Owners Boost 255 -86 -42 -69 -66 - -1 7 -2
Homelessness 38,660 30,140 36,833 18,650 15,370 4,620 5,480 5,160 154,913
Remote Indigenous Housing 44,768 2,500 177,532 191,278 36,414 2,854 - 85,732 541,078
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Housing - - - - - - - 51,194 51,194
Total 534,471 345,916 474,969 351,372 145,870 37,456 28,115 161,617 2,079,786
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Building Better Regional Cities 41,822 2,229 3,469 2,400 - - - - 49,920
Total 41,822 2,229 3,469 2,400 - - - - 49,920
2014‑15                  
National Affordable Housing SPP 415,059 323,486 264,029 145,098 93,273 28,361 21,745 13,437 1,304,488
National Partnership payments                  
Building Better Regional Cities(a) - - - - - - - - -
First Home Owners Boost - - - - - - - - -
Homelessness - - - - - - - - -
Remote Indigenous Housing 60,654 2,500 155,591 165,649 27,762 2,464 - 70,980 485,600
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Housing - - - - - - - 55,824 55,824
Total 475,713 325,986 419,620 310,747 121,035 30,825 21,745 140,241 1,845,912
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Building Better Regional Cities - - - - - - - - -
Total - - - - - - - - -
2015‑16                  
National Affordable Housing SPP 419,926 328,681 268,908 149,568 94,088 28,408 22,152 13,629 1,325,360
National Partnership payments                  
Building Better Regional Cities(a) - - - - - - - - -
First Home Owners Boost - - - - - - - - -
Homelessness - - - - - - - - -
Remote Indigenous Housing 16,345 2,500 137,261 124,258 18,722 2,538 - 66,552 368,176
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Housing - - - - - - - 52,249 52,249
Total 436,271 331,181 406,169 273,826 112,810 30,946 22,152 132,430 1,745,785
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Building Better Regional Cities - - - - - - - - -
Total - - - - - - - - -
2016‑17                  
National Affordable Housing SPP 425,731 334,613 274,388 154,404 95,109 28,513 22,608 13,851 1,349,217
National Partnership payments                  
Building Better Regional Cities(a) - - - - - - - - -
First Home Owners Boost - - - - - - - - -
Homelessness - - - - - - - - -
Remote Indigenous Housing 15,520 2,500 128,266 97,429 14,374 2,686 - 150,954 411,729
Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Housing - - - - - - - 46,196 46,196
Total 441,251 337,113 402,654 251,833 109,483 31,199 22,608 211,001 1,807,142
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Building Better Regional Cities - - - - - - - - -
Total - - - - - - - - -

(a) All payments are made direct to local governments.


Table A.6: Estimated payments to support state infrastructure services, by year and State
$'000 NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total
2013‑14                  
National Partnership payments                  
Auslink Programme                  
Black spot projects 21,426 16,229 12,199 6,150 4,831 2,099 774 794 64,502
Bridges Renewal Programme - - - - - - - - -
Heavy vehicle safety and productivity 13,657 5,724 4,570 4,198 3,275 1,905 370 6,301 40,000
Improving the national network(a) - - - - 773 - - - 773
Investment                  
Rail(b) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 337,910
Road(b) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3,857,474
Off-network projects                  
Rail(b) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 117,178
Road(b) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 194,648
Supplementary(a) - - - 7,512 - - - - 7,512
Roads to Recovery 110,515 73,028 78,274 56,865 31,083 10,333 27 13,031 373,156
Centenary of Canberra 2013 — A gift to the national capital - - - - - - - - -
Community Infrastructure Grants — Glenbrook Precinct Upgrade 820 - - - - - - - 820
Interstate road transport 37,156 21,619 7,654 3,199 9,747 402 402 402 80,581
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - 3,400 - - - - - - 3,400
Liveable communities(c) 3,822 2,264 773 3,248 1,325 244 296 228 12,200
Managed motorways 3,000 9,800 17,420 - - - 40 - 30,260
Nation Building Plan for the Future                  
Building Australia Fund                  
Rail - 878,000 - - - - - - 878,000
Road 8,000 - - - - - 26,590 - 34,590
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - 5,000 - - - - - 5,000
Total 198,396 1,010,064 125,890 81,172 51,034 14,983 28,499 20,756 6,038,004
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Auslink Programme                  
Bridges Renewal Programme - - - - - - - - -
Off-network projects                  
Rail(b) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2,450
Road(b) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4,000
Supplementary - - - 7,512 - - - - 7,512
Roads to Recovery 108,475 73,028 78,274 56,865 22,662 10,333 - 8,079 357,716
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - 2,000 - - - - - - 2,000
Liveable communities 3,822 1,364 653 498 325 244 46 228 7,180
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - 5,000 - - - - - 5,000
Total 112,297 76,392 83,927 64,875 22,987 10,577 46 8,307 385,858

(a) Figures represent expenses incurred against prepayments made to the States in prior years.

(b) State allocations have not been finalised for this National Partnership payment.

(c) Some amounts remain unallocated. These amounts have been allocated on an equal per capita basis to all States.

Table A.6: Estimated payments to support state infrastructure services, by year and State (continued)
$'000 NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total
2014‑15                
National Partnership payments                  
Auslink Programme                  
Black spot projects 19,010 14,880 12,174 6,771 4,259 1,286 1,003 617 60,000
Bridges Renewal Programme(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 60,000
Heavy vehicle safety and productivity 15,187 10,620 8,761 5,285 3,527 1,407 799 2,414 48,000
Improving the national network - - - - - - - - -
Investment                  
Rail(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 387,700
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4,415,700
Off-network projects                  
Rail(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 348,000
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 749,657
Supplementary - - - - - - - - -
Roads to Recovery 97,516 71,219 71,200 51,200 31,480 11,400 5,600 10,200 349,815
Centenary of Canberra 2013 — A gift to the national capital - - - - - - 10,000 - 10,000
Community Infrastructure Grants — Glenbrook Precinct Upgrade - - - - - - - - -
Interstate road transport 37,404 21,764 7,706 3,220 9,809 406 406 406 81,121
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - 5,000 - - - - - - 5,000
Liveable communities - - - - - - - - -
Managed motorways - - - - - - - - -
Nation Building Plan for the Future                  
Building Australia Fund                  
Rail - 600,000 - - - - - - 600,000
Road - - - - - - 84,500 - 84,500
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - - - - - - - -
Total 169,117 723,483 99,841 66,476 49,075 14,499 102,308 13,637 7,199,493
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Auslink Programme                  
Bridges Renewal Programme(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 60,000
Off-network projects                  
Rail - - - - - - - - -
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 400,000
Supplementary - - - - - - - - -
Roads to Recovery 96,800 71,200 71,200 51,200 24,140 11,400 - 5,600 331,540
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - 3,700 - - - - - - 3,700
Liveable communities - - - - - - - - -
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - - - - - - - -
Total 96,800 74,900 71,200 51,200 24,140 11,400 - 5,600 795,240
2015‑16                
National Partnership payments                  
Auslink Programme                  
Black spot projects 18,932 14,881 12,202 6,866 4,230 1,268 1,005 616 60,000
Bridges Renewal Programme(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 60,000
Heavy vehicle safety and productivity 12,620 9,920 8,136 4,576 2,820 844 672 412 40,000
Improving the national network - - - - - - - - -
Investment                  
Rail(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 68,000
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4,102,201
Off-network projects                  
Rail(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 163,000
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 349,400
Supplementary - - - - - - - - -
Roads to Recovery 97,516 71,219 71,200 51,200 31,480 11,400 5,600 10,200 349,815
Centenary of Canberra 2013 — A gift to the national capital - - - - - - - - -
Community Infrastructure Grants — Glenbrook Precinct Upgrade - - - - - - - - -
Interstate road transport 38,901 22,635 8,015 3,349 10,202 422 422 422 84,368
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - 2,450 - - - - - - 2,450
Liveable communities - - - - - - - - -
Managed motorways - - - - - - - - -
Nation Building Plan for the Future                  
Building Australia Fund                  
Rail - 300,000 - - 232,100 - - - 532,100
Road - - - - - - - - -
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - - - - - - - -
Total 167,969 421,105 99,553 65,991 280,832 13,934 7,699 11,650 5,811,334
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Auslink Programme                  
Bridges Renewal Programme(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 60,000
Off-network projects                  
Rail - - - - - - - - -
Road - - - - - - - - -
Supplementary - - - - - - - - -
Roads to Recovery 96,800 71,200 71,200 51,200 24,140 11,400 - 5,600 331,540
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - 1,800 - - - - - - 1,800
Liveable communities - - - - - - - - -
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - - - - - - - -
Total 96,800 73,000 71,200 51,200 24,140 11,400 - 5,600 393,340
2016‑17                
National Partnership payments                  
Auslink Programme                  
Black spot projects 18,857 14,881 12,229 6,960 4,200 1,250 1,008 615 60,000
Bridges Renewal Programme(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 60,000
Heavy vehicle safety and productivity 12,572 9,920 8,156 4,640 2,800 832 672 408 40,000
Improving the national network - - - - - - - - -
Investment                  
Rail(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 23,500
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2,189,551
Off-network projects                  
Rail(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 145,100
Road(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 258,500
Supplementary - - - - - - - - -
Roads to Recovery 97,516 71,219 71,200 51,200 31,480 11,400 5,600 10,200 349,815
Centenary of Canberra 2013 — A gift to the national capital - - - - - - - - -
Community Infrastructure Grants — Glenbrook Precinct Upgrade - - - - - - - - -
Interstate road transport 40,457 23,540 8,335 3,483 10,610 439 439 439 87,742
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - - - - - - - - -
Liveable communities - - - - - - - - -
Managed motorways - - - - - - - - -
Nation Building Plan for the Future                  
Building Australia Fund                  
Rail - - - - - - - - -
Road - - - - - - - - -
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - - - - - - - -
Total 169,402 119,560 99,920 66,283 49,090 13,921 7,719 11,662 3,214,208
Memorandum item — payments direct to local governments included in payments above                  
Auslink Programme                  
Bridges Renewal Programme(a) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 60,000
Off-network projects                  
Rail - - - - - - - - -
Road - - - - - - - - -
Supplementary - - - - - - - - -
Roads to Recovery 96,800 71,200 71,200 51,200 24,140 11,400 - 5,600 331,540
Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification - - - - - - - - -
Liveable communities - - - - - - - - -
Townsville Convention and Entertainment Centre - - - - - - - - -
Total 96,800 71,200 71,200 51,200 24,140 11,400 - 5,600 391,540

(a) State allocations have not been finalised for this National Partnership payment.

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