The 2022-23 State Budget was delivered on Tuesday 3 May 2022. The Budget papers are split into five sections and are supported by Budget Information Papers (BIPs).
Budget Paper No. 1: Treasurer’s Speech commends the Appropriation Bills to Parliament and outlines the budget to Parliament and Victorians.Read more about "2022-23 Treasurer's Speech"
In accordance with the requirements of the Financial Management Act 1994, the Pre-Election Budget Update was released on 10 November 2022.Read more about "Pre-Election Budget Update"
Budget Paper No. 2 outlines the State's current and expected economic and financial performance and outlines the Government's fiscal and economic strategy.Read more about "2022-23 Strategy and Outlook"
Budget Paper No. 3: Service Delivery provides an overview of the goods and services funded by the Government.Read more about "2022-23 Service Delivery"
Budget Paper No. 4: State Capital Program, describes the Victorian Government's asset investment program.Read more about "2022-23 State Capital Program"
Budget Paper No. 5: Statement of Finances provides the financial details of the aggregated Victorian general government sector and the broader public sector.Read more about "2022-23 Statement of Finances"
The Budget Overview summarises the State’s economic and fiscal outlook, and the Government’s strategic priorities and objectives.Read more about "2022-23 Budget Overview"
The Suburban Budget Information Paper summarises the Government’s priorities for suburban Victoria, including projects in jobs, education and health.Read more about "2022-23 Suburban"
The Rural and Regional Budget Information Paper summarises the Government’s priorities for rural and regional Victoria.Read more about "2022-23 Rural and Regional"
The 2022-23 State Budget includes a range of initiatives demonstrating the Victorian Government’s commitment to equality for all Victorians.Read more about "2022-23 Gender Equality Budget Statement"
Media releases from the 2022-23 State Budget.Read more about "2022-23 Budget media releases"