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Investments

Discover what we've financed and how they transform Pacific communities.

Solar panels at the plant, opened in June 2023

Building Palau’s first utility-scale solar power plant

An AIFFP loan and grant package is supporting Solar Pacific Pristine Power to build Palau’s first solar and battery ener...

Power pole by a river

Connecting Solomon Islands’ capital to electricity via transmission line

An AIFFP loan and grant package is connecting a hydropower site at Tina River to the electricity grid in Honiara, suppor...

Kiribati

Connecting the Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati and Nauru to the internet via submarine cable

An AIFFP grant is supporting improved internet connectivity in three Pacific countries, with the governments of Australi...

Front End Engineering Design (FEED)

Connecting Timor-Leste to the internet via submarine cable

An AIFFP grant is supporting the Government of Timor-Leste with advice to design, manufacture and install the country’s...

Tuvalu Ports header image

Enhancing boat harbours across Tuvalu

With maritime transport vital to Tuvalu's economy, the AIFFP is working with the Asian Development Bank and Government o...

The project cable laying in Palau, June 2022.

Expanding digital connectivity in Palau via a submarine cable system‎

An AIFFP loan and grant package is enabling increased internet connectivity in Palau, with Australia, Japan and the Unit...

Laying the Coral Sea Cable in Honiara

Extending the Hawaiki Nui submarine cable network

With improved digital connectivity a priority across the Pacific region, the AIFFP is working with BW Digital to increas...

Nauru airport

Improving Nauru’s international airport and main road

An AIFFP grant is supporting the Nauru Department of Transport to upgrade Nauru International Airport and sections of th...

Islands of Fiji

Informing upgrades to Fiji’s Lautoka Wharf

The AIFFP is working with Fiji Ports Corporation Limited to fund a feasibility study to consider the future of the Lautoka foreshore area.

Papua New Guinea aims to electrify 70 per cent of the country by 2030.

Powering homes and businesses in Papua New Guinea’s Morobe and East New Britain provinces

Australia, through the Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFPP), has signed a $91.9 million financing package for Laitim Hauslain to improve national power infrastructure.

A photo of the sign of the Dili Airport

Redeveloping Timor-Leste’s international airport

In December 2022, the Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) announced that Australia is partnering with the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste with a $97.7 million concessional financing package for the redevelopment of the Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport in Dili. This is Australia’s first sovereign loan to Timor-Leste.

Nadi Highlands

Reducing the impact of floods in Nadi, Fiji

An AIFFP grant is supporting the Republic of Fiji Government with essential catchment management and upstream flood miti...

Sasape Shipyard

Rehabilitating Solomon Islands’ Sasape Shipyard

Australia has signed a AUD9.1million financing package with Solomon Islands Shipyard Limited to support the operations o...

The section of Queens Road near Veisari on Viti Levi received upgrades

Restoring roads and bridges across Fiji

Australia, through the AIFFP, will provide a financing package of AUD72 million for the Fiji Transport Infrastructure Restoration Project.

Fiji plane

Upgrading Fiji’s international and outer island airports

In June 2021, the Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) alongside ANZ Fiji, signed a FJD106 million (AUD68.4 million) loan to Airports Fiji Pte Ltd (AFL). The loan will fund essential maintenance and capital works at Nadi International Airport and several outer islands’ airports, refinances existing debt and supports the infrastructure priorities of AFL.

Container ship at a port in Papua New Guinea unloading

Upgrading ports across Papua New Guinea

An AIFFP loan and grant package is supporting the Government of Papua New Guinea to repair and refurbish seven ports and...

Papua New Guinea Buins Road construction workers

Upgrading the Wau and Sepik Highways in Papua New Guinea

Australia, through the Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific, has signed a $76.3 million financing package to support Papua New Guinea’s national road network.

Header image Nuku'alofa Port Tonga

Upgrading Tonga’s international port

The AIFFP is partnering with the Asian Development Bank and the Government of the Kingdom of Tonga to upgrade one of Ton...