• $200,000 for Student Centre refurbishment – replacement of louvres, lights, industrial fan at Sunshine Beach State High School.
• $130,000 to upgrade to Prep Outdoor Learning Area at Pomona State School.
• $200,000 to upgrade outdoor learning area at Kin Kin State School.
• $400,000 allocated across eight schools in the Noosa electorate for maintenance in schools throughout the 2019-20 financial year.
• $140,000 allocated across eight schools in the Noosa electorate for minor works in schools throughout the 2019-20 financial year.
Housing and Public Works
• $19,900 for Noosa District rugby league club to install new lighting to support rugby league and touch football at Tewantin.
Justice and Attorney-General
• $1.6 million in 2019-20 out of a $7 million total spend to expand Court Link to Maroochydore, Redcliffe and Caboolture.
Transport and Main Roads
• $100,000 in the forwards for Noosa Bus facility upgrade planning money.
• $5.48 million of $7.89 million – New building – 13 general learning spaces and extension to music block for two specialist learning spaces at Sunshine Beach State High School.
Health – Grant Funding
• $90,830 as a part of a $325,459 commitment over four years to provide AOD Connecting Care To Recovery services.
• $106,698 as a part of a $417,239 commitment over four years to provide AOD Outclient Treatment services.
• $57,291 as a part of a $229,520 commitment over five years to provide AOD Police/Court Diversion services.
• $73,810 as a part of a $325,922 commitment over five years to provide AOD Residential Rehabilitation services.
• $7,087 as a part of a $27,714 commitment over four years to provide Blood Borne Virus & Sexually Transmissible .Infections Program services
• $11,386 as a part of a $33,989 commitment over three years to provide Child and Maternal Health services.
• $18,812 as a part of a $18,812 commitment over one year to provide Dementia Respite services.
• $28,191 as a part of a $84,159 commitment over three years to provide Making Tracks Investment Strategy 2018-2021 services.
• $198,087 as a part of a $596,725 commitment over three years to provide Mental Health Funding Program services.
• $29,922 as a part of a $89,764 commitment over three years to provide Mental Health Programs services.
• $168,165 as a part of a $693,443 commitment over four years to provide Palliative Care Program services.
• $71,452 as a part of a $215,859 commitment over three years to provide Royal Queensland Bush Children services.
Agriculture and Fisheries
• $14.1 million in 2019-20 out of a $40.6 million total spend to deliver urgently needed fisheries reform, improve sustainability of Queensland Fisheries, ensure jobs are maintained and deliver a more modern, responsive and consultative approach to fisheries management.
Child Safety, Youth and Women
• $2,793,197 to United Synergies Ltd to provide Child and Family Services – Child Protection – Placement Services.
• $74,563 to the Salvation Army (Qld) Property Trust to provide Women, Violence Prevention and Youth Services – Domestic and Family Violence.
Communities, Disabilities and Seniors
• $134,888 to United Synergies Ltd as part of a $539,554 commitment over four years to provide support and assistance to vulnerable individuals through financial literacy and generalist counselling, public intoxication programs, safe night precincts and gambling help services.
• $119,116 to Pomona and District Community House as part of a $476,463 commitment over four years to provide programs to increase the ability for individuals and community groups to participate positively in their community
Employment, Small Business and Training.
• The BTW – SEQ Employment Package in Noosa electorate has supported 58 jobs, through funding of $609,250 to date.
Environment and Science
• $402,000 in 2019-20 out of a $2.5 million total spend to upgrade visitor facilities in Noosa National Park
Housing and Public Works.
• $321,000 to Noosa Shire Council in the State Electorate of Noosa to provide Home Assist Secure services. (Note: Services may be provided across multiple electorates).
• $462,000 funding to United Synergies Ltd located in the State Electorate of Noosa to deliver specialist homelessness services. (Note: Services may be provided across multiple electorates).
• $53,741 to support the replacement of damaged lighting to support softball at Noosa.
• $10,891 to support the extension to the Bicentennial Hall.
• $49,992 to support the installation of three new practice nets and lighting to support cricket at Tewantin
Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
• $8.404 million to continue planning works for enhancements to meet future extreme weather events, worth $19.779 million (own source funding).
Transport and Main Roads
• $13,000 to continue Beckmans road, intersection of Eumundi-Noosa and Noosa-Cooroy Road intersection business case.
Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games
• $1.25 million in 2019-20 to continue to progress market approaches for the Thorsborne, Cooloola and Whitsunday Ecotourism Trails Program.
Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs
• $1,115,508 as part of a $2,788,770 commitment over two financial years to construct the Hinterland Adventure Playground at Cooroy.