Frequently Asked Questions


What is ANZIP?

ANZIP acts as a central portal to what is happening in the infrastructure pipeline across Australia and New Zealand. This is done by providing a transparent, detailed and informed picture of upcoming major construction or infrastructure divestment opportunities, across Australia and New Zealand over a five-year horizon.

ANZIP tracks projects from their early stages of planning, through to contract award, and into their operational phase.

This arms infrastructure investors, advisers, contractors and governments with a clear picture of likely and confirmed infrastructure activity over the near and medium-terms, helping them to plan resources efficiently and effectively with what is ahead.

ANZIP is managed and maintained by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia. 
For a full overview of ANZIP, click here.

Why should I use ANZIP?

Quite often when searching for information about projects, you get caught in a loop of reading government media releases, government strategic documents, project webpages, and media articles about projects. This process can quite often end up in confusion and leave you with more questions than answers.

ANZIP acts as a ‘one-stop-shop’, bringing all publicly available together in one easy to use resource.

By bringing this information together into one location, ANZIP brings together disparate public sources of information and makes it available across one neat pipeline. The project pages include links to government planning documents, budgets, media releases, project webpages and other materials and resources to provide a dynamic, holistic view of the infrastructure pipeline. 

For a full overview of ANZIP, click here.

Why is ANZIP needed?

ANZIP provides a clear and unbiased view of what is happening in the market, free from the rhetoric and hyperbole contained in other sources of information. It tracks major projects from the early stages of planning to contract award, and into their operational phase.

This helps the market to plan the financial and human resources needed to prepare for projects coming over the next five years and have up-to-date information about projects at your fingertips, as it happens.

For a full overview of ANZIP, click here.

How often is ANZIP updated?

Information regarding projects and potential additions to the pipeline are monitored by the Infrastructure Partnerships Australia team daily.

This information is then captured and added to the live ANZIP website several times every week.

Who manages ANZIP?

ANZIP is operated, managed, and maintained by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia. We work closely with our Australian and New Zealand government and industry partners to provide a clear overview of what is happening in the infrastructure pipeline over a five-year horizon.

What projects do you include on the pipeline?

ANZIP includes all major civil infrastructure projects and divestments (over a certain threshold) across the road, rail, energy, water and sewerage, health, justice, and cultural infrastructure sectors.

A limited number of private projects also appear on ANZIP, such as port and airport infrastructure upgrades. These are included as they often have a large civil component or significant government contribution attached to them.

Within Australia, projects are shown by state and territory. This reflects that delivery of major projects is generally undertaken by state and territory governments. Information regarding the funding split between states and territories, and the Federal Government, is generally narrated within the project pages.

For New Zealand projects, most major projects are procured and funded by the central government. Where the central government is funding a project with another participant, such as a local government, this information will be narrated on the project pages.

How much does a project have to be worth to be included on ANZIP?

ANZIP exists to provide an overview of the major project pipeline within Australia in New Zealand. The thresholds for projects that are included on the pipeline are: 

Construction projects and operations: A$300 million and over, PPPs and Investable projects and divestments: A$100 million and over

All construction projects, operations, investable projects and divestments: NZ$100 million and over

The lower project threshold for New Zealand reflects its status as a smaller jurisdiction. As a result, the definition of a major project in New Zealand tends to differ from Australia.

A decision has been made to include all projects involving Public Private Partnerships and investable opportunities over A$100 million. This helps to provide a clear understanding to the market where opportunities exist for private participants to be involved in the delivery of infrastructure.

Where do you get your information from?

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia works in conjunction with our government and industry partners to provide the most up-to-date information available about projects list on ANZIP.

Information for ANZIP is gained from multiple sources, which are included as links under the related resource section on project pages.

Sources include:

  • government budgets
  • government media releases
  • government strategic documents
  • reports from independent infrastructure bodies
  • project pages
  • tender websites
  • industry briefings, and 
  • other adhoc sources of information as it becomes available.
What is the Pipeline Report and how can I receive it?

The Pipeline Report is a free monthly publication produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, sent directly to your inbox.

The Pipeline Report provides detailed market analysis and insight into what is happening across the major pipeline.

It also includes factual analysis including status changes, project updates, new additions to the pipeline and other movements that have occurred for the month.

You can sign up to receive the monthly Pipeline Report in the menu bar.

If I think information is incorrect or I have questions, who do I contact?

If you think information is incorrect or you have questions relating to ANZIP, you can get in touch with the team at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia by emailing

Can I republish material from the website?

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Project pages

Can I get updates on specific projects?

Not at this time, but we are looking to add this feature in the future. Additionally you can sign up to receive the monthly Pipeline Report, which details all project updates for the month along with industry analysis.

Can I export project information?

Yes, project information can be exported on the user page once you log in. 

Who can I contact about a project?

If you want to find out more about the project, please contact the relevant procuring agency contact listed on the project page. If you want to find out more about the project page and how the information has been listed, please use the Contact form on the project page

Who do I contact if I think a project is missing?

Please contact Infrastructure Partnerships Australia using the Contact form

Using the filter function

How can I filter my search?

You can filter your search by:

  • Location
  • Status
  • Procurement Approach 
  • Value
  • Type


Each project, contract and privatisation on ANZIP is assigned a status. This reflects Infrastructure Partnerships Australia's objective view of where each opportunity sits in the Pipeline, from project announcement, through planning and procurement, to delivery and completion. Infrastructure Partnerships Australia closely monitors movements in the Pipeline and updates each status as developments occur.

Lean more about ANZIP statuses