Victoria’s infrastructure strategy 2021-2051

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PublishedDec 07, 2021


About the strategy

Victoria's 30-year infrastructure strategy provides a practical roadmap for action over the next 30 years across a broad range of public policy areas including housing, energy, transport and social infrastructure.

Preparing a 30-year infrastructure strategy for the state is one of our 3 key functions as an independent advisory body. It is refreshed every 3 to 5 years.

The 30-year infrastructure strategy update is underway. Find out more.

Strategy sections

Strategy section 1

1. Confront long-term challenges

Long-term planning will help Victoria to better prepare for the future, build resilience, and achieve multiple long-term goals

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Strategy section 2

2. Manage urban changes

Planning reform and transport infrastructure can affect people’s preferences and choices about where they live.

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Strategy section 3

3. Infrastructure for productivity and growth

Concentrate investment where it can do the most good, enable services and infrastructure to meet future demand.

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Strategy section 4

4. Develop regional Victoria

Each region of Victoria has its own unique character and diverse needs, and solutions must suit local conditions and be flexible

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December 2016

Completion of Victoria's first ever statewide, cross-sector 30-year infrastructure strategy

October 2017

Release of the Victorian infrastructure plan, the Victorian Government's response to our 30-year infrastructure strategy

April 2019

Release of Growing Victoria's potential, the first release to support the 30-year infrastructure strategy

Throughout 2019 - 2020

Work to update 30-year infrastructure strategy

December 2020

Draft 30-year infrastructure strategy

December 2019 - early 2021

Consultation on draft 30-year infrastructure strategy

August 2021

Publish Victoria's infrastructure strategy 2021 - 2051

Research reports

Volume 2 appendices: Victoria's infrastructure strategy 2021-2051

This Infrastructure Victoria report volume 2 provides an updated statewide infrastructure strategy for Victoria. It provides further evidence and analysis for our update of the state's 30-year infrastructure strategy. 

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Social infrastructure in Melbourne's growth areas

Government funding is needed for libraries and aquatic centres in suburban growth areas.

Foster library

Major transport program strategic assessment report

Six proposed major transport projects are assessed for their economic, social and environmental impacts.

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Growing Victoria's potential

A snapshot of Victoria’s growth and how we can ensure areas and communities thrive as the population grows.

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Victorian land use and transport integration model architecture report

Overview of the Victorian Land Use and Transport Integration (VLUTI) model, developed by Infrastructure Victoria

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Driving down emissions: accelerating Victoria’s zero emissions vehicle uptake

Key findings to inform Victoria’s infrastructure strategy 2021-2051.

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Supporting documents

Summary analytical report: influencing greenfield housing demand qualitative research

Technical document


Economic outcomes report: major transport infrastructure

Technical document


Public engagement report: Victoria's infrastructure strategy 2021-2051

Engagement report


Latest updates

Public submissions on Victoria’s infrastructure strategy objectives

Read the public submissions on the objectives of the 2025 update to Victoria’s infrastructure strategy.

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Strategy objectives engagement report 2023

This report explains how Infrastructure Victoria connected with the community to shape the objectives of Victoria’s 2025-2055 infrastructure strategy.

Young people's forum