Labor’s plan for


ACT Labor is experienced, progressive and has a track record of delivering on our promises.
Our plan will protect and create jobs, deliver better infrastructure for Canberrans and take real action on climate change.


  • North Gungahlin Walk-in health centre
  • Extending Light Rail to Woden.
  • Expanded services at Gungahlin Walk-in Centre
  • New High School in Taylor
  • New primary school in North Gungahlin
  • Duplication of road connecting Gungahlin & Belconnen
  • More youth mental health services
  • Food Recycling scheme for Gungahlin Households
  • Continued work on Throsby Home of Football
  • Increased capacity at Northside colleges
  • New dog park at Franklin
  • Increased capacity at local schools
  • Feasibility and design for new Gungahlin Community Centre
  • Construction of multipurpose facility at EPIC for multicultural performances and events
  • Sustainable & resilient household scheme for Gungahlin households
  • Design & construction of more parking spaces along Phyllis Ashton Cct to support local businesses and visitors to Yerrabi Pond
  • Traffic study to inform future road upgrades
  • Gungahlin Tennis Centre
  • Upgraded playground at Ngunnawal
  • Oval upgrade at Gungahlin College
  • Upgrades to the Koori Pre-school at Ngunnawal Primary School
  • Airlocks at Amaroo and Harrison Schools
  • A new bike shed at Gold Creek School
  • More places at Palmerston District Primary School
  • Better lighting at Amaroo oval
  • Cricket upgrades at Taylor
  • Plans for Jacka netball courts
  • One day a week for free early learning for three-year-olds in the Gungahlin region
  • $900 for Gungahlin residents on the utilities concession rebate to help with household bills

Australia’s most progressive, experienced government will keep making Canberra even better.

Light rail to woden

More Walk-in Health Centres

The Big Canberra Battery

400 more teachers

Investing in Your Homes

More Jobs for Canberrans

In these uncertain times, ACT Labor is delivering the right plan to support Canberra and protect local jobs.

Andrew Barr
Chief Minister