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Ministers of the Infrastructure and Regional Development Portfolio on publication date of 4th November 2019 with approval on 23rd October 2019

29th May 2019 - 13th December 2019
Official portrait of Alan Tudge
Member for Aston Alan Tudge
Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure
29th May 2019 - 13th December 2019
Official portrait of Matthew Canavan
Senator for QLD Matthew Canavan
Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, Deputy Leader of The Nationals in the Senate
29th May 2019 - 13th December 2019
Official portrait of Michael McCormack
Member for Riverina Michael McCormack
Deputy Prime Minister Minister for Infrastructure and Transport and Regional Development
29th May 2019 - 13th December 2019
Official portrait of Nola Marino
Member for Forrest Nola Marino
Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories
29th May 2019 - 13th December 2019
Official portrait of Scott Buchholz
Member for Wright Scott Buchholz
Assistant Minister for Roads and Transport

The Infrastructure and Regional Development Portfolio oversees 9 agencies in the 2019-20 budget

Agency2019-20 budget
1 Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities$8,996,038,000
2 Australian Maritime Safety Authority$462,980,000
3 Civil Aviation Safety Authority$205,870,000
4 National Capital Authority$56,953,000
5 Australian Transport Safety Bureau$25,164,000
6 Infrastructure Australia$11,634,000
7 National Transport Commission$10,130,000
8 Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency$5,835,000
9 North Queensland Water Infrastructure Authority$2,332,000


Senators for Tasmania
Official portrait of Anne Urquhart
Anne Urquhart Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Carol Brown
Carol Brown Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Catryna Bilyk
Catryna Bilyk Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Claire Chandler
Claire Chandler Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Eric Abetz
Eric Abetz Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Helen Polley
Helen Polley Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Jacquie Lambie
Jacquie Lambie Jacqui Lambie Network
Official portrait of Jonathon Duniam
Jonathon Duniam Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Nick McKim
Nick McKim Australian Greens
Official portrait of Peter Whish-Wilson
Peter Whish-Wilson Australian Greens
Official portrait of Richard Colbeck
Richard Colbeck Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Wendy Askew
Wendy Askew Liberal Party of Australia
Past Members for Clark
Official portrait of Andrew Wilkie
Sitting Member Andrew Wilkie
45th Parliament
Independent

Official portrait of Andrew Wilkie

On behalf of the Independent, Sitting Member for Clark, Andrew Wilkie declared 19 interests


The ABS summarises SEIFA scores as measuring people's access to material and social resources, and their ability to participate in society. SEIFA deciles for postcodes in Clark range between 1 and 10 with an average of:
5.86
PostcodeDecile
GRANTON70301
DOWSING POINT70101
CHIGWELL70112
DERWENT PARK70092
COLLINSVALE70126
LONGLEY71506
KINGSTON70506
LENAH VALLEY70086
FERN TREE70548
GLEBE70008
BATTERY POINT70048
DYNNYRNE70059
MOUNT NELSON70079
BONNET HILL705310

ABS employment data by electorate

11.3% 27.0% 11.7% 12.8% 13.9% 9.2% 4.0% 8.4%
Managers Professionals Technicians/Trades Community/Personal Service Clerical/Admin Sales Machinery Ops/Drivers Labourers

Individual Tax data for postcodes within Clark

Tax data taken from ATO Taxation statistics 2016–17, Table 6B, 'Selected items, by taxable status, state/territory, postcode and taxable income range'. Housing data from ABS.

*Franking credits for individuals + franking credits for shares in partnerships
Centrelink Recipients $ Income/Returns $ Income B4 Tax $ Income After Tax $ HELP Repaid $ Franking Credit* $ Net Rent % Owned % Mortgaged % Rented
27,956 55,164 4.4638 B 4.2950 B 12.740 M 74.047 M 6.910 M 31.8 31.1 33.6

677 Commonwealth grants totaling $459,703,889 have been published for localities in the electorate of Clark since Jan 2018 across 50 Categories

CategoryValueNumber
1 PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES $116,599,154 8
2 AGED CARE $79,486,969 104
3 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT $26,815,235 69
4 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) RESEARCH $26,741,736 52
5 SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES $24,784,172 43
6 CARERS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES $21,733,180 3
7 EDUCATION SUPPORT $20,214,245 4
8 MENTAL HEALTH $19,659,781 5
9 INDIGENOUS HEALTH $15,162,234 13
10 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT $13,777,848 55
11 HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH $10,599,200 8
12 MEDICAL RESEARCH $10,219,882 14
13 CRISIS ACCOMMODATION $8,800,000 1
14 INDIGENOUS EMPLOYMENT AND BUSINESS $7,600,318 6
15 CHILD CARE $7,170,096 74
16 HUMANITIES, ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (HASS) RESEARCH $6,906,873 18
17 INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES $5,838,248 7
18 LEGAL SERVICES $4,159,041 6
19 INDUSTRY INNOVATION $4,049,875 24
20 SCHOLARSHIPS $3,531,000 2
21 HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION PROGRAMS $3,363,878 3
22 SETTLEMENT SERVICES $2,305,881 2
23 INDIGENOUS EDUCATION $2,262,041 11
24 FARMING $2,225,480 6
25 HUMANITIES $1,927,140 7
26 ADDICTION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE $1,762,284 2
27 NATURAL RESOURCES - CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION $1,508,245 22
28 SOCIAL SUPPORT $1,484,923 1
29 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT $1,387,428 7
30 RURAL DEVELOPMENT $1,350,000 2
31 DEFENCE $1,100,000 1
32 WOMEN $978,965 3
33 COMMUNITY SAFETY $976,310 4
34 HERITAGE $882,600 3
35 FAMILY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE $404,850 3
36 PUBLIC DIPLOMACY $343,904 11
37 TRADE AND TOURISM $308,000 2
38 VETERANS $256,668 13
39 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH $225,894 24
40 INDIGENOUS ARTS AND CULTURE $165,540 6
41 MULTICULTURALISM $107,200 5
42 MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES $102,973 1
43 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION $100,000 1
44 BROADCASTING AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS $81,180 1
45 PALLIATIVE CARE $67,500 3
46 CLIMATE CHANGE $65,000 2
47 COMMEMORATIVE $63,778 11
48 HIGHER EDUCATION $25,000 1
49 ENERGY RESOURCES $19,140 2
50 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY $3,000 1

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STATE FIRE COMMISSION TAS
Clark  $4,000
Address Hobart 7000 TAS AUSTRALIA ABN: 68039681690
Portfolio Infrastructure and Regional Development
Agency Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities
Program Regional Development
Component Stronger Communities Program
CategoryRegional Development Targeted or Restricted Competitive
PurposeThe project will renovate the ceiling and replace damaged carpet in the Fire Station. This will enhance the safety and comfort for crews and members at the station, and enable the fire station to attract and retain volunteer fire fighters.
ActivityImprovements to South Arm Volunteer Fire Station
Delivery Area 7022 TAS AUSTRALIA
ApprovedPublishedStartEndBudget
23 Oct 201904 Nov 201929 Oct 201927 Jun 2020 2019-20