2018-19 State Budget dates


In the lead up to next week’s Federal Budget, here are the dates for each state and territory Budget, with links to the Budget papers or relevant websites.

Victoria: 1 May 2018
The Victorian Treasurer has handed down the state's Budget for 2018-19.

The Victorian Budget papers can be found here.

Northern Territory: 1 May 2018
The Northern Territory Treasurer has handed down the NT Budget for 2018-19.

The NT Budget papers can be found here.

Western Australia: 10 May 2018
The WA Budget will be handed down for 2018-19 on 10 May.

Further details can be found here.

ACT: 5 June 2018
The ACT Budget will be handed down for 2018-19 on 5 June.

Further details can be found here.

Queensland: 12-15 June 2018
The Queensland Budget will be handed down for 2018-19 between 12-15 June.

Further details can be found here.

Tasmania: 14 June 2018
Tasmania’s Budget will be handed down for 2018-19 on 14 June.

Further details can be found here.

New South Wales: 19 June 2018
The NSW Budget will be handed down for 2018-19 on 19 June.

Further details can be found here.

South Australia: 4 September 2018
The SA Budget will be handed down for 2018-19 on 4 September.

Further details can be found here.


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