Budget and Capital Program 2022 - 2023

Adopted 14 July 2022

Budget

Gympie Regional Council adopted its 2022/23 budget on 14 July 2022.


With a ‘Back to Basics' approach the following five priorities were identified:

  • Budget repair leading to a balanced budget.
  • Improve focus on infrastructure maintenance and delivery.
  • Efficient service delivery.
  • Better decision making for projects with a focus on community benefits and outcomes.
  • A more proactive approach to planning and an ‘open for business’ culture.

Council is setting a strong direction to return to basic services with a commitment to long-term financial sustainability. This budget is a balanced and considered response to the current issues facing our organisation and to brings us back to a strong financial foundation.


With a renewed commitment to transparency and accountability, through this tool you can easily explore our budget, operating revenue and expenses and capital program to hold us to account.


You can view our Budget in full on our website here


Click here to view the 2022-2023 Budget

Capital Program

The Capital Works Program consists of projects which are to improve or replace Council assets. These projects are identified, budgeted and adopted by Council prior to the commencement of each new financial year. Throughout the course of a financial year, there can be unexpected impacts that result in changes to our capital program and how we prioritise spending. These changes are informed decisions made by Council during Budget Reviews throughout the year, and are reflected in the data we show you.


As outlined in Council Operating Revenue & Expenses, Council seeks grant funding to assist us in delivering these programs. Council will be receiving funding from Works for Queensland, Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program, Queensland Bushfire Recovery Funding and State and Federal funding for Road Infrastructure.


The Capital Works Program captures works such as:


  • Bridge replacement, rehabilitation and renewal
  • Roads maintenance
  • Waste management
  • Water and sewerage
  • Environmental management
  • Parks and sporting facilities
  • Pedestrian/cycle pathways



Click in the chart below to explore the project data.

Capital Works program image for the Financial Year 2021/2022

Every effort is made to provide information that is accurate. However, data may be subject to change.