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2023-2034 State Budget

Jamie Furness    July 7, 2023    1 min read   

From the Desk Of Annastacia Palaszczuk:

2023-2034 State Budget

The 2023-34 State budget is all about delivering cost-of-living relief to local families. A budget is never about numbers, they’re about people.

That’s why we’re delivering a $550 electricity rebate to every Queensland household. If you’re a concession card holder you may be eligible for more than $1000 in electricity rebates.

We’re also delivering 15 hours of free kindergarten a week for all Queensland families. This will save families $4600 a year on average.

These are only some of the concessions and rebates the Queensland Government is offering to deal with national cost-of-living pressures. 

To find out what you’re eligible for visit queenslandsavers.qld.gov.au.

Dami’s school breakfast helps him focus on his Grade 1 lessons at Durack State School.

I’m proud to announce we’re investing a further $8 million for new buildings at Glenala State high and a further $5.6 million for additional learning spaces at Serviceton South State School.

We’re also delivering over $3.6 million to our local schools for upgrades to classrooms, tuckshops, and maintenance, including upgrades to the Seniors School Kitchen at Forest Lake State High School.

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Jamie Furness