Forecast deficit of $407 million in 2015-16, $51 million in 2016-17 and a surplus in 2018-19.
Reduction in GST funding of $137 million.
Gross state product forecast to be 1.5 per cent in 2015-16 and employment growth 0.75 per cent.
Fees and charges:
After-hours pay parking to begin in parts of Civic.
A 6 per cent increase in pay parking costs, raising $1 million.
Parking inspectors to work longer hours.
Car registration costs up 5 per cent a year, raising $15.5 million.
Fire and emergency services levy up $66, and then $40 a year until 2018.
Road rescue fee up $8.40 to $25.
Ambulance levy up $6 for individuals and $12 for families.
$1.5 billion in health funding, including $161 million in new funding over the next four years and $14.8 million over two years for an extra 500 elective surgeries.
$2.8 billion over four years for capital works.
$375 million capital contribution to the Gungahlin to the city tram line.
$160 million to modernise Canberra school rooms, including $18.4 million for refurbishing Belconnen High School and $30.3 million for a North Gungahlin Primary School and another $1 million to look into a NOrth Gungahlin High School.
A new $10.7 million Canberra Institute of Technology training centre in Tuggeranong.
$4.6 million to upgrade Phillip Oval and $6.6 million for a new sports facility at Melrose High School.
Rates increasing by an average of 9 per cent, or about $150.
Further cuts in stamp duty, such that the buyer of a $500,000 home will save $5900 compared with 2012-13.
Plans to release 17,910 dwelling sites over the next four years, up 3690 from the previous budget.
First home owners grant to be phased down from $12,500 to $7000.
$1.5 million for new road crossings on Sullivans Creek cycle paths and $1.8 million for improving other shared walking and cycling paths.
$8 million over four years for more mowing and weeding of Canberra's open spaces.
$1.7 million to revamp Erindale and Weston group centres.
$9.2 million for the Strategic Bushfire Management Plan.
$21 million to expand the Mugga Lane tip to give it enough capacity until 2020.
$250,000 for three domestic and sexual violence services, and $615,000 for schools to teach students about respectful relationships.
$3.1 million to appoint a fifth ACT Supreme Court judge.
$2.1 million to allow adult offenders to participate in restorative justice programs.
$4.7 million over four years for Access Canberra to be a one stop shop for dealing with government.
$4.1 million upgrade for Canberra Theatre Centre.