building more homes over the coming years.
Specifically, the treasurer said $1 billion would be spent on the creation of a National Housing Infrastructure Facility which would hopefully address some of the choke-points that are impeding housing development in certain areas.
Mr Morrison said the government is working to unlock unused defence land in Melbourne in order to erect more properties in the area.
In addition, Mr Morrison said the government would seek to deliver tens of thousands of new homes in western Sydney as part of the Western Sydney city deal.
The government also announced its plans to fund certain rail and air projects.
Notably, the Federal Government said it would deliver $1.2 billion to Western Australia in order to fund the Metronet project and expand the Perth rail system.
But while the new funding was considered a win for Western Australia, the state’s treasurer, Ben Wyatt, said Western Australia weren’t going to be celebrating any time soon.