Doubling the cost of living concession

$39.3 million in 2022-23

to double the cost of living concession amount per eligible household in 2022-23, to provide extra financial support for South Australians in need as they face challenges of rising prices on their essential goods and services

Materials and services charge subsidy

$24 million over two years

a $100 subsidy to government school parents, caregivers and independent students for the materials and services charge for the 2022 and 2023 school years

Outer areas registration concession

$12 million over four years

to reintroduce the registration concession for owners of vehicles in remote regions such as Kangaroo Island, the District Council of Coober Pedy and Roxby Downs

Taxi CTP reduction

$6.4 million over two years

Compulsory third party insurance premium rebates for eligible taxi licence owners or operators in 2021-22 and 2022-23

Free travel for seniors

$5.2 million over four years

to provide free public transport for eligible seniors on the Adelaide metropolitan transport system 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Fuel price transparency

$1.8 million over four years

to continue the mandatory Fuel Price Transparency Scheme following the successful trial

Fees and charges

the government will index fees and charges by 2 per cent in 2022-23, less than half the recent annual CPI increase

Emergency Services Levy (ESL)

the ESL bill for a median valued metropolitan residential property will increase by around 2 per cent in 2022-23

Serving South Australia - One stop shop

$13.6 million over four years

to extend to Saturday the opening hours of five metropolitan Service SA centres, return trade counters to select centres and continue expanding the number of government services that are accessible digitally