Queensland’s finances

Total grants of around AUD27 billion (including those from the Australian Government) are expected to account for 49 per cent of Queensland’s total government revenue in 2016-17.

State Budget

The 2017-18 Queensland State Budget was released on 13 December 2017.

Total budgeted revenues
AUD 55 billion in 2016-17

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Taxation revenues account for
AUD 13 billion in 2016-17

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Taxation Revenue comprises the taxes and levies in the next chart
* Grants from the Australian Government are almost evenly split between general and specific purpose payments include GST revenue grants and associated payments are 'untied' and used for both recurrent and capital purposes. Specific purpose payments are used to meet Australian Government and shared policy objectives.
Source: Queensland Government 2016-17 State Budget

Queensland Government’s open data

The Queensland Government is committed to making data accessible through the open data initiative. Below is a link to the Queensland State Budget, Budget Measures (Budget Paper 4) CSV file.