South Australia state budget 2018: Region by region

The state and federal governments will jointly fund an overpass to be built on Port Wakefield Road in the state's north.
The state and federal governments will jointly fund an overpass to be built on Port Wakefield Road in the state's north.

REGIONAL SA

  • CANCER SERVICES: $12m over four years to expand country cancer services.
  • WILD DOG TRAPPERS: $600,000 over four years for wild dog trappers.
  • HEALTH BOARDS: $6.8m over four years to establish Local Health Network Governing Boards.
  • HEALTH WORKFORCE: $20m over four years for Rural Health Workforce Strategy.
  • COUNTRY HEALTH: $140m over 10 years for investments in country health facilities.
  • MOBILE PHONE COVERAGE: $10m over three years to mobile phone black spots funding.

EYRE PENINSULA

FAR NORTH

YORKE/MID NORTH

BAROSSA

  • ROADS: $500,000 in 2018-19 for Lyndoch Road upgrade.
  • HEALTH: $100,000 in 2018-19 to develop a business case for a new Barossa Hospital.

MURRAY AND MALLEE

  • MURRAY BRIDGE: $7m over three years for upgrades to Murray Bridge hospital’s emergency department.
  • LEGAL SERVICES: $600,000 to reinstate community centre legal services in the Riverland.
  • RIVERLAND: $200,000 to develop a business case for a Riverland Food and Wine Centre.

SOUTH EAST

  • PENOLA: $14.6m over two years for Penola bypass, to be delivered in partnership with the federal government.
  • MOUNT GAMBIER: $2.1m over two years to expand and upgrade facilities within the renal dialysis unit at the Mount Gambier Hospital.
  • KINGSTON: $1m in 2018-19 for safety upgrades at Lighthouse Aged Care Home.

FLEURIEU AND KANGAROO ISLAND

  • STRATHALBYN: $8.5m over three years for Strathalbyn Aged Care.
  • MOUNT COMPASS: $300,000 towards the development of the Mount Compass Recreation Park. 

ADELAIDE HILLS

  • NAIRNE: $5m over two years to upgrade the Nairne intersection.
  • MOUNT BARKER: $3.9m over three years to implement a retained staff MFS station.
  • MOUNT BARKER: $1.9m over four years to establish a Mount Barker Services SA Centre.
  • BRUKUNGA MINE: $1.3m over four years for additional resources for Brukunga Mine operating costs.
  • HEALTH: $337,000 over four years to increase paediatric service at the Mount Barker Hospital.
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