2018-19 Budget

The media releases listed below were published for the 2018-19 NSW Budget on 19 June 2018.

Premier

Strong budget management building for tomorrow, delivering for today

Easing the cost of living: NSW the first state to subsidise preschool for all three-year olds 

Treasurer

NSW Generations Fund: Securing tomorrow, delivering today

$100 rebate for NSW creative kids

Deputy Premier

Budget secures billions more for Regional NSW

NSW Budget to develop future workforce

Small Business benefits from budget

Bush and Regions Health Building Bonanza

Minister Blair

$23.2 million to drive regional water reforms

Budget Injection puts NSW produce water and trade on the world stage

Minister Harwin

State sets sights on film heavyweights

King Tutankhamun blockbuster to star in revamped Australian Museum

Minister Roberts

$1 Billion To Improve Liveability

Minister Constance

$14.4 billion to deliver public transport

Minister Hazzard

$2.3 Billion Investment Continues NSW Hospital Building Bonanza

Record $25.1 Billion Health Budget

World Class Health Precinct In Liverpool

Minister Stokes

More new classrooms, preschool places and teachers in $17.3 billion education budget

Attorney General

Funding support for courts and legal centres

Minister Grant

Budget sets Police up for the future

NSW first responders benefit from Budget

Minister Dominello

Budget Shines Spotlight On Cost Of Living

Minister Goward

Supporting the States most vulnerable

Minister Toole

Budget Delivers Historic Investment in Forestry

Increased support for responsible gambling fund

Minister Elliott

Investing in community safety

New project to capture stories behind community war memorials

Minister Upton

$196 million for a healthier environment

Budget boost for conservation

Environment and heritage tourism boost

Helping councils deliver for their communities

Minister Ayres

Sporting chance for local communities in NSW Budget 2018

Minister Pavey

Roads, Maritime and Freight delivering a stronger more affordable NSW

Minister Kean

Red tape slashed and more support for consumers

Minister Marshall

$1.77 billion for TAFE NSW to help more people get job ready

$290 million to keep NSW Australia's number one tourism destination

Minister Davies

$2.1 Billion For Mental Health

Focus On Gender Equity For Women

$8.8m to support NSW seniors

Minister Mitchell

NSW leads nation on Aboriginal initiatives

Minister Williams

More than $3 billion to support people with disability

Multicultural Community To Benefit From $23 Million

Regional

Hunter and Central Coast

Illawarra

Northern NSW

Southern NSW

Western NSW

Western Sydney big winner in NSW Budget