WA Recovery

Western Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been world leading. Now we’re working together to restore our economy and industry, support our community and build new infrastructure to create jobs.

The $5.5 billion WA Recovery Plan outlines how our State will bounce back from the impacts of COVID-19 to reposition itself as a thriving and innovative place in which to live, work, visit and do business.

The plan has 21 priority streams, each underpinned by direct commitments, including investment, resourcing and programs of work. The scope is comprehensive, ranging from new technologies, local manufacturing and training to tourism, patient care and the environment.

It will help us create jobs and training opportunities for future industries. We're providing investment and incentives, helping restore business and consumer confidence, and rebuilding the economy.  

This plan also outlines commitments to those people most impacted by the pandemic – regional WA, young people, women and remote Aboriginal communities.

View all announced initiatives and funding commitments on WA Recovery Plan Initiatives


News story

Building Bonus extended

The $147 million Building Bonus program, which forms part of the WA Recovery Plan, has been extended.
Page reviewed 23 December 2021