2022-23 NSW State Budget

NSW Treasury is seeking your input on the 2022-23 State Budget.
A smiling woman wearing a business suit and hijab writing on a notepad
A smiling woman wearing a business suit and hijab writing on a notepad

What’s this about?

The NSW Government announces the State Budget each year, around mid-June. The Budget provides an overview of the state economy, outlines the government’s revenue and expenses for the coming year, and details the priorities the government will deliver. It contains key policies focused on improving the living standards of NSW citizens and provides information on the government’s performance against state outcomes. 

Submissions are invited from organisations (such as businesses, non-government organisations, or interest groups) and individuals who wish to provide input on existing policies or programs, new policy ideas, or recommendations for reform as part of the upcoming State Budget.

Have your say

Have your say by Sunday 30 January 2022.

Submit your feedback using the consultation method listed below. 

 

Online consultation

15 November 2021 to 30 January 2022

Public submissions for the 2022-23 Budget

Consultation period

From:15 November 2021
To:30 January 2022

See consultation methods

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