Budget Day: 18 June

The 2024-25 State Budget will be handed down on 18 June 2024.

Multicultural Action Plan 2024-2027

Our plan will support Treasury to create an inclusive culture where people who identify as culturally and linguistically diverse can achieve their full potential and access the same opportunities.

Read our Multicultural Action Plan

NSW Treasury Bicentenary

Acknowledging 200 years since the historic appointment of the first Colonial Treasurer, William Balcombe.

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Toll Review

An independent review will look to make toll roads simpler and fairer across Sydney's motorway network.

Find out more about the toll review
Gender Equality Action Plan 2024-2028

Gender Equality Action Plan 2024-2028

Our new plan aims to continue advancing gender equality in NSW Treasury and positioning our agency as a leader in progressing gender equality and diversity.

Read our Gender Equality Action Plan 2024-2028.

2023-24 Half-Yearly Review

The HYR released 14 December 2023 shows that the NSW economy has demonstrated resilience, supported by rapid population growth and a tight labor market.

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Privacy Management Plan

The plan outlines NSW Treasury's practices relating to the privacy of personal information. Treasury also has a Public Notification Register.

View the plan and register

NSW maintains ratings

The State’s credit ratings have been reaffirmed by Fitch (AAA) and Moody’s (Aaa), and maintained by S&P (AA+).

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2023-24 NSW Budget

The 2023-24 NSW Budget features a major investment in infrastructure and housing, an investment in schools and TAFE, and more money for teachers and healthcare workers.

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Treasury Careers Centre

Learn about who we are and the purposeful work we do that makes a real difference to the people of NSW.

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Acknowledging 200 years since the historic appointment of the first Colonial Treasurer, William Balcombe.

The NSW Budget website is a comprehensive resource for the State’s financial plans, highlighting key investments and initiatives.

The NSW Productivity Commissioner drives productivity improvements to enhance the lives of residents, businesses, and communities in New South Wales.

The NSW Office of Social Impact Investment facilitates better outcomes and services for NSW residents through impact investing.

Job vacancies and highlights NSW Treasury's commitment to public service excellence.

Read media releases from the NSW Treasurer.



Last updated: 23/04/2024