Submissions are now open for the February 2022 publication of the Infrastructure Priority List.
It is crucial that Australia has a comprehensive and robust infrastructure pipeline to guide our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Infrastructure Priority List provides evidence‑based advice to support an informed discussion about Australia’s investment priorities.
Submissions for the 2022 Infrastructure Priority List update will close 3 September 2021.
The Priority List is a living document and we update it throughout the year as assessments are completed. Submissions received after 3 September 2021 will be considered for future updates of the Priority List.
Contact us to discuss your proposal before submission and to arrange a secure file transfer facility for your submission. You can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on (02) 8114 1900.
What kind of submissions are we looking for?
We are inviting Australia's governments and non-government bodies to submit nationally significant infrastructure problems and opportunities for consideration.
Submissions are welcome in all infrastructure sectors: energy, water, transport, telecommunications and social infrastructure. We particularly welcome submissions that respond to the national problems and opportunities identified in the 2020 Priority List:
- Proposals that will help drive economic development in regional communities, such as:
- Proposals that will help Australia invest in new sources of energy, such as:
- Proposals that will improve water security, such as:
- Proposals to develop gateways that support our international competitiveness, such as: