A $10 billion allocation to NSW includes upgrades and refurbishments at RAAF base Williamtown and SIngleton Barracks.
After being targeted by a large scale state-based cyberattack, Australia has announced that it will spend $926.1m over the next 10 years to boost its cybersecurity defenses.
Though Morrison says Australia remains prepared to send troops further afield "where it is in our national interest to do so", that can not come at the cost of its ability to respond to threats from and in its own backyard, he will say.
But the country's prosperity and security are under increasing strain.
At an event to unveil the Australian Government's 2020 Defence Strategic Update and the 2024 Structure Plan that commits $270 billion in military spending for his country over the next decade, Morrison warned that "the risk of miscalculation and even conflict is heightening" in the region - in what is seen as a not so veiled swipe against China's aggressive posturing in the region.
Even as we stare down the COVID pandemic at home, we need to also prepare for a post-COVID world that is poorer, more unsafe and more disorderly.
The US, Australia's most important security partner since WWII, remains "the foundation of our defence policy", Morrison continued.
Mr Morrison referenced the 1930s and lead up to World War II several times in his speech.
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Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC said the recent bushfire season and the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a further dimension to what national defence entails, now and into the future.
The review warned the chances of intense military conflict between the USA and China in the Indo-Pacific were "less remote" than at the time of the 2016 Defence White Paper.
The Morrison government will make the nation's largest-ever investment into cybersecurity over the next ten years with the Cyber Enhanced Situational Awareness and Response (CESAR) package. This included developing longer-range strike weapons, cybercapabilities and area-denial systems, he said.
To increase maritime strike capability, Australia will buy the AGM-158C anti-ship missile from the U.S. Navy at an estimated cost of AU$800 million, the government said.
And he said Australia would pivot its military focus to the Indo-Pacific region. "We want a region where all countries, large and small, can engage freely with each other and be guided by global rules and norms".
"If we are to be a better and more effective ally, we must be prepared to invest in our own security".
"The Federal Government is committed to ensuring the Australian Defence Force is equipped to meet our growing regional challenges in the Indo-Pacific, and to achieve our goals of regional stability, peace and security".
"The decline in Australia's aid budget is as stark as the increase to defence", deputy chief Mat Tinkler said.
Australia, Morrison said, supported the rule of law, abided by the rules of good neighborliness without seeking to "entangle or intimidate or silence our neighbours". "Not only is it in our national interest, but it's the right thing to do".
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