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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.
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The Australian Infrastructure Audit takes a strategic approach to assessing our nation's infrastructure needs. It examines the drivers of future infrastructure demand, particularly population and economic growth.
Infrastructure Australia commissioned a number of reports to add to the information available for developing the 2015 Australian Infrastructure Audit. These reports are provided below.
The Northern Australia Audit identifies the key challenges and critical infrastructure requirements for Northern Australia across the transport, water, energy and communications sectors.
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 draft report sets out a summary of findings of a review of the balance sheet capacities of eight Australian ports carried out by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
Infrastructure Australia's report to the Council of Australian Governments, Communicating the Imperative for Action, outlines the areas that Infrastructure Australia will focus its efforts in over four-year period following the release of the report. The report discusses issues affecting cities, water, energy, freight, broadband and Indigenous infrastructure.
This report sets out priorities and actions for the national ports strategy, which was developed by Infrastructure Australia and the National Transport Commission following extensive consultation and engagement with stakeholders.
In 2011, Infrastructure Australia rated the National Managed Motorways initiative as ‘Ready to Proceed’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.