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Declared in October 2009, the Callide Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area (SDA) is a multiple-user corridor that can accommodate up to eight underground gas pipelines.

It runs between the Calliope Range and the western boundary of the Gladstone SDA in Central Queensland.

The corridor is approximately 44 kilometres long and is generally 200 metres wide.



The Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA development scheme

Planning and development in the Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA is controlled by a development scheme.

The Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA development scheme was approved by the Governor in Council in September 2012.

Download the current Development Scheme for the Callide Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area (PDF icon 260 KB)

Download an earlier version of the Development Scheme for the Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA October 2009 (PDF icon 691 KB)

The development scheme is supported by a policy on public consultation (PDF icon 65 KB) that provides information on matters the Coordinator-General may consider when determining whether public consultation of an SDA application is required.

The Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA map

Land use assessment and approval

Planning studies

Land owned by Coordinator-General

Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA land use protocol

Further information