THE BREAK­DOWN BY THE NUM­BERS

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Scott Mor­ri­son and the Coali­tion’s plan — $216 mil­lion in to­tal fund­ing for the park — $40 mil­lion to up­grade camp­ground in­fra­struc­ture, walk­ing tracks, view­ing plat­forms and in­ter­pre­ta­tive signs — $5 mil­lion to move the vis­i­tor cen­tre from Bowali to Jabiru — $3.5 mil­lion to de­velop a Kakadu tourism master­plan and roads strat­egy — $2.5 mil­lion to up­grade mo­bile and Wi-Fi ser­vices — $20-60 mil­lion for a new indige­nous-led Kakadu Vis­i­tor Cen­tre in Jabiru to sup­port indige­nous en­ter­prise and em­ploy­ment and re­gional de­vel­op­ment — $35 mil­lion over 10 years for as­bestos re­me­di­a­tion work in Jabiru — $70 mil­lion over 10 years to up­grade road ac­cess to key Kakadu tourist sites Bill Shorten and the La­bor Party’s plan — $220 mil­lion in to­tal fund­ing for the park — $100 mil­lion to up­grade four key ac­cess roads in the Kakadu to al­low for year-round ac­cess to key sites — $44 mil­lion for en­vi­ron­men­tal and na­tional park in­fra­struc­ture up­grades, in­clud­ing work to tackle in­va­sive species, bet­ter fire man­age­ment, and im­proved camp­ing fa­cil­i­ties and carpark­ing — $25 mil­lion for a new Kakadu Vis­i­tor Cen­tre in Jabiru — $2.5 mil­lion to im­prove mo­bile con­nec­tiv­ity in the park, for in­creased vis­i­tor safety and bet­ter re­cep­tion for lo­cals; — $2.5 mil­lion for a new tourism master­plan — $45 mil­lion for as­bestos re­me­di­a­tion work in Jabiru — $1 mil­lion for a roads strat­egy to be de­vel­oped to im­prove safety on re­mote roads

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