About state development areas

A state development area (SDA) is a clearly defined area of land—for industry, infrastructure corridors and major public works—established to promote economic development in Queensland.

Development schemes

Each state development area is subject to a development scheme, a regulatory document that controls planning and development in an SDA.

Applications and requests

There are a number of applications or requests relating to development within SDAs, including an SDA application for a material change of use.

Proposed SDAs

View the list of proposed SDAs.

Current SDAs

View the current list of SDAs.

Former SDAs

Find information about SDAs that have had their declarations revoked.