Budgets

Our budget statements and fact sheets outline Health's planned expenditure for each financial year. They explain what we expect to spend, how we will manage the spending and why it’s necessary.

Our current and recent budget statements, including Supplementary Additional Estimates, are listed here. Older information is available on the National Library's Australian Government Web Archive.

Budget 2020–21

Fact sheets and other health, aged care and sport information from the 2020–21 Budget.

Budget 2020-21: Health Portfolio Budget Statements

Portfolio Budget Statements from the 2020-21 Budget.

Health Portfolio Budget Statements 2019–20

The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2019 to 2020 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.

Health Portfolio Budget Statements 2018–19

The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2018 to 2019 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.

Health Portfolio Budget Statements 2017–18

The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2017 to 2018 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.

Health Portfolio Budget Statements 2016–17

The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2016 to 2017 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.

Health Portfolio Budget Statements 2015–16

The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2015 to 2016 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.

Health Portfolio Budget Statements 2014–15

The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2014 to 2015 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.

Last updated: 
6 October 2020

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