Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad is spending big on education, health and infrastructure in her first budget.
TREASURER JACKIE TRAD'S FIRST BUDGET: AT A GLANCE
* A $1.512 billion surplus in the 2017/18 financial year, more than three times the mid-year forecast.
* Operating surpluses in the coming years, starting at $148 million in 2018/19, $160 million in 2019/20, $110 million in 2020/21 and $690 million in 2021/22.
* A three per cent growth to the state's economy in 2018/19.
* Queensland's debt will climb every year over the next four years, from $70.8 billion in 2018/19 to $83 billion in 2021/22.
* $5.6 billion in concessions for Queensland households, a $200 million increase on last year.
* $14 billion towards education and training.
* $45.8 billion in infrastructure spending over the next fours years - an increase of more than $3 billion on last year's budget - supporting 38,000 new jobs in the coming financial year.
* Upgrades and improvements to 48 state primary and high schools across Queensland.
* A $17.3 billion operating budget for the health system, plus $985 million in capital spending on health services and facilities.
* $330 million over five years on measures to protect the Great Barrier Reef.