The Queensland Government is investing in maintaining, improving and renewing schools across the State.
Great Schools, Great Future
The Queensland Government is upgrading school infrastructure across the state. The 'Great Schools, Great Future' program was announced as part of the 2020–21 State Budget and is delivering new and upgraded multipurpose halls and performing arts centres, refurbishment of existing school infrastructure, and local projects such as Outside School Hours Care, playground and fencing upgrades.
The Queensland Government is investing in hundreds of infrastructure upgrades to improve schools across the state.
Major renewal projects
Over the next 4 years, $181.5 million will be invested for major infrastructure renewal projects at 36 schools across the state.
Over the next 4 years, $108.9 million will be invested in renewal projects at 6 special schools.
Discrete Indigenous communities
As part of the 2022-23 State Budget, the Queensland Government announced $43.2 million for infrastructure renewal projects in 18 discrete Indigenous communities.
Playgrounds and tuckshops
Over the next 2 years, the Queensland Government is investing $20 million for
playground and tuckshop upgrades.
Go for Gold Fund
The Queensland Government is investing $100 million over 4 years to upgrade and build new sports infrastructure in schools, for student and community use, ahead of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Round 1 Go for Gold funding for sports equipment is now open.
Maintain and sustain
The department has allocated more than $330 million for planned and unplanned maintenance in 2022–23. This includes $5 million for painting projects at our smaller schools.