Infrastructure Australia is an independent statutory body with a mandate to prioritise and progress nationally significant infrastructure. We provide independent research and advice to all levels of government as well as investors and owners of infrastructure.
2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2018
, Energy, Freight, Light Rail, National, Water
Prioritising Reform: Progress on the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan provides an update on the progress of infrastructure reform in Australia against the recommendations in the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan.
Reforming Urban Water: A national pathway for change is the fourth paper of Infrastructure Australia's Reform Series advising governments and regulators to make fundamental changes to the governance and regulation of Australia's urban water markets.
Progress and Action is Infrastructure Australia's fourth annual report to the Council of Australian Governments. It presents current opportunities and challenges and recommends reforms in key areas of transport, water, energy and telecommunications. It also contains the infrastructure report card 2011–12 and the 2012 Infrastructure Priority List.
This review by AECOM for Infrastructure Australia was initiated in response to a demonstrable need for action to improve water quality and water security outcomes for smaller regional towns. Focusing on utilities that serve towns with populations of between 2,000 and 15,000 residents, it looked at systemic and institutional constraints that were seen as barriers to supplying high quality drinking water and achieving supply security.
This report explains the role of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) in the planning of electricity and gas transmission networks in the states of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.