The Liberal and Nationals Government will provide more than $3 million toward the modernisation of the Nogoa Mackenzie Water Supply Scheme, providing central Queensland growers with access to more reliable water.
The Liberal and Nationals Government will invest more than $75 billion in nationally significant transport infrastructure projects over the next 10 years, including new funding of $24.5 billion for projects and initiatives which will improve…
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Michael McCormack has today congratulated Peter Frazer, the President of Safer Australian Roads and Highways (SARAH) for achieving a bigger impact than ever before with the…
Local residents will have the opportunity to shape the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail with nominations now open for Community Consultative Committees in New South Wales.
The Federal and New South Wales Governments have today signed a landmark Bilateral Agreement, which makes way for the commencement of works on the multi-billion dollar Inland Rail project in NSW.
The Federal Government is committing $390 million to duplicate Queensland's North Coast Rail Line between Beerburrum and Landsborough, and build capacity upgrades from Landsborough to Nambour, delivering improved passenger and freight movement…
A new $6 million bridge over Cherwell Creek, south of Moranbah, has been officially opened, with the project already improving flood immunity, productivity and driver safety.
The Federal Government will provide $25.27 million towards the construction of Tasmania's proposed Scottsdale Irrigation Scheme, giving northern Tasmania the chance to deliver high-reliability water to those who need it when they need it.
The Federal Government has marked National Road Safety Week by announcing the continuation of funding for the critical work of independent vehicle safety consumer organisation ANCAP for another five years, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for…
The new Uarbry Bridge on the Golden Highway, located around 30 kilometres east of Dunedoo, was officially opened today.
The Australian and Western Australian Governments are moving forward with their commitment to making the Great Northern Highway a better and safer road with construction starting on two vital upgrades.
Works have started on the upgrade of Great Northern Highway from Maggie Creek to Wyndham in Western Australia's Kimberley Region, with the new section of road set to improve regional connectivity.
Section 1 of the Princes Highway duplication between Winchelsea and Colac has opened to traffic more than six months ahead of schedule.
The Federal Government will commit $800 million towards the construction phase of the Cooroy to Curra–Section D project, delivering safer and less congested roads for the people of Queensland.
The Australian Government is continuing to progress the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail, with a $6 million contract awarded for feasibility design work between Illabo and Stockinbingal in New South Wales.