The South Australian government has made progress on every commitment included its 100 day plan, Premier Steven Marshall says, despite suggestions from the state's opposition that 20 of the promises have gone undelivered.
Labor's Government Accountability Spokesman Tom Koutsantonis said "all up, it's been a lethargic, lacklustre 100 days", pointing to a lack of action on issues such as deregulating shop trading hours.
"While struggling to keep up with his own plan, the premier has gone missing when problems have arisen, such as rock-throwing and the release of notorious pedophile Colin Humphrys," he said on Tuesday.
"Labor has developed solutions to these problems and the Liberals have played catch up, ultimately adopting Labor's policies."
The plan was released in the lead-up to the March 2018 election and outlined the Liberal Party's plans for its first 100 days in office.
Labor said Mr Marshall has failed to establish a regional roads and infrastructure fund, establish an economic advisory council and issue a Ministerial Development Plan to zone the Repat site for health care services - all included in the document.
But Mr Marshall said he was confident the government had acted on each of its promises.
"We've worked very hard, we've had an ambitious plan and we've made progress on every one of the commitments," he said.
"The Liberal government (is) absolutely delighted to be in place, loving the new opportunity, working hard every day, creating more jobs, lowering costs for the people of South Australia."
He said the 100-day deadline falls this Saturday, taken from the day the cabinet was sworn in.