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Portfolio budget statements

Budget highlights 2022-23

Budget highlights 2022-23 infographic described in the paragraphs below

Budget highlights 2022-23 infographic [PDF 815 KB]

Portfolio Budget Statements

Foreign Affairs and Trade Portfolio Budget Statements 2022-23, including funding for portfolio agencies Austrade, EFA, ACIAR, ASIS and Tourism Australia.

Media releases

2022-23 Budget: Investing in a strong future, advancing our national interests and supporting regional prosperity

2022-23 Budget supports Australia’s trade, investment and visitor economy to build a stronger future

The 2022-23 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Budget

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) will receive an appropriation of $6.6 billion for the 2022-23 financial year, including $4.6 billion in administered funding, and $2.0 billion in departmental funding.

The 2022-23 Budget includes $318.4 million to partner with our Pacific family on the regional response to COVID-19. $65 million in humanitarian assistance in 2021-22, to support civilians affected by the conflict in Ukraine. The Government is enhancing Australia’s economic and strategic ties with India. The Government will provide $115.7 million to DFAT, to invest in public sector linkages, community engagement, education, resources, connectivity, low emissions technology, business literacy, science, and technology cooperation with India. The Government has also committed $65.2 million to construct and maintain a new Australian High Commission chancery in Honiara, Solomon Islands.

Australian Official Development Assistance budget summary 2022-23

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