The $5.5 billion WA Recovery Plan is the recovery vision for Western Australia to get back on the road to becoming a thriving and innovative community in which to live, work, visit and do business. Central to the plan is restoring business and consumer confidence, getting people back into work and rebuilding the economy.
The plan is set around 21 priority streams, each driven by a clear and direct commitment from the Government to create more WA jobs. These range from new technologies, local manufacturing and training through to tourism, patient care and the environment.
Within each stream is a range of initiatives that may include capital works, grants, programs and projects.
This plan also outlines the commitments in the priority streams for those areas and people most impacted by the pandemic – regional WA, remote Aboriginal communities, women and young people.
Some of the initiatives in this plan have been brought forward and already announced by the Government. Over time, other initiatives and more specific details will be announced and progress will be tracked.
To view or download a copy of the Plan, please click here