The government has announced changes to the Clean Car Discount scheme. Effectively unwinding an unintended $300m subsidy by making the policy less generous across the board (other than rebate eligible EV / Hybrid mobility vehicles & Used EV's which are better off). Non Rebate eligible EV ($80,000+) have no change.
So If you are in the market for a new / fresh import car (other than a mobility vehicle & Used EV), and are able to get it registered before July 1, you will be $1000 - $3000 better off. No good for anything with a long waitlist (i.e. New Rav4 Hybrid).
Some examples (I am trying to pick cars without long wait-lists, or with some inventory stock on hand. but this is a bit of a guess):
New Tesla Model Y (and Every other new rebate eligible Pure Electric Vehicle): +$1610
New Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV (and every other new rebate eligible PHEV): +$1725
New Suzuki Swift Hybrid: +$3161
New Mitsubishi Outlander (194g/km co2 version): +$2,645
New Diesel ute (most models, if you can find one in stock): +$2645
Used cars must be fresh imports (no number plate issued yet), for the below to apply
Used Toyota aqua (89g/km CO2): +$436
Used Mazda Demio (118g/km verson): +$1017
Used Mitsubishi out lander (206g Co2 version): +$1035
Used Suzuki Swift (136g version): +$633
Used Suzuki Swift Hybrid: +$1,224
With used pure electric vehicles, you are $58 better to wait.
With Electric or Hybrid mobility vehicles, you are thousands of dollars better to wait.
Appreciate this is a bit broader than most deals listed here, but for somebody car shopping, basically, every New / Fresh import car that you can get registered before July 1 is a deal compared to what it will cost after that.