Both the government and the Labor party have used the day before Parliament sits to sling insults at each other as the last sitting week for the lower house before the winter break commences on Tuesday.
Labor touted the government's "lack of vision" and the government labelled the Labor party as "a lazy, fence-sitting, policy-free opposition".
At a press conference on Monday, aside from announcing the week would be led off by the tabling of the First Home Owners legislation which will seek to extend the $20,000 grant scheme for first home builders and buyers, Treasurer Peter Gutwein was unable to outline much else on the government's agenda aside from again throwing punches at Labor over their lack of an alternative budget.
"They (Labor) can't explain to Tasmanians how they would fund any of the scant number of policies they do have," Mr Gutwein said.
"Whingeing isn't a platform, complaining isn't a policy."
Mr Gutwein said the only thing Labor had excelled in at Parliament this year was voting a record number of times with the Greens.
So far this year Labor has voted with the Greens 89 per cent of the time, an increase from 81 per cent in 2018, the government said.
The Labor party indicated it would be asking further questions about the budget following the conclusion of estimates hearings last Thursday.
Labor Franklin MHA David O'Byrne said Parliament this week was an opportunity for the Labor party to keep the pressure on the government over the key issues facing Tasmanians.
"Last week was a shocking week for the government at estimates," Mr O'Byrne said.
Mr O'Byrne said the government had no vision and was fumbling over a strategy to take the state forward.
"You have a treasurer who was plunging the state into over a billion dollars of net debt and yet cannot articulate a pathway out of that debt," Mr O'Byrne said.
"You've got a health minister who has been caught flat-out lying about adolescent mental health beds.
"You've got a housing minister who has no idea about the delivery of houses in the next 12 months let alone the next 5 years, and major concerns about child protection.
"And you've got a premier who seemingly is disinterested to the point where he could barely answer questions without assistance from his department heads."