- GDP per capita: 61 632 USD (2021)
- Government debt: 84.4% of GDP (2021)
- Population: 25.7 million (2020)
- General government investment: 18% of GFCF (2020)
- Subnational direct investment: 72.46% of general government (2019)
- Infrastructure quality: 79.2/100 (2019)
- Internet access: 86.1% of all households (2021)
- Air and GHG emissions: 14.6t CO2 emissions/capita (2020)
- Energy Transition Index: 65/100 (2021)
Source: OECD and World Economic Forum
Long-term strategic vision for infrastructure
Note: Australia’s data on long-term strategic vision for infrastructure are based on the 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan. The 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan is a practical and actionable roadmap for infrastructure reform, developed by Infrastructure Australia, an independent advisory agency. The plan is not a politically sanctioned document.
Fiscal sustainability, affordability, and value for money
Efficient and effective public procurement
Consistency of country performance in each pillar
Good infrastructure governance requires improvements across different dimensions. Preferably, countries should make progress in all dimensions involved in each of the pillars. Consistency is measured using the coefficient of variation; pay particular attention to pillars with low consistency as they may require more nuanced analysis.