Unlocking regional capacity
Unlocking regional capacity recognises the need for investment in the areas which sustain, and are sustained by, agriculture.

Productivity gains and increased market penetration relies on improving enabling infrastructure; more efficient transport and fast and reliable connectivity must be the outcome from any investment.

Attracting and retaining skilled workers and their families relies on the provision of quality services and social infrastructure, and the amenities that can make regional towns a great place to live.

Our priorities
  • $8 billion for regional development - roads, rail and air, digital infrastructure, education and connected health services
  • $4.6 million to tackle Q-fever
  • Appoint a dedicated Minister for Western New South Wales