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Royalties for Resource Producing Communities FundRSS

The Royalties for Resource Producing Communities Fund is open to local governments of resource communities.


Eligible local governments are those which, within their boundaries:

  • are experiencing significant direct impacts from resource sector activity
  • have well-established and/or significant mining activities
  • have smaller, but nevertheless, active mining activities
  • have significant exploration activity being undertaken.

These include:


Royalties for Resource Producing Communities Fund
Eligible local governments
BananaCharters TowersNorth Burnett
BarcaldineCloncurryQuilpie
BullooIsaacWeipa Town Authority
BurkeMaranoaWestern Downs
CarpentariaMcKinlayWhitsunday
Central HighlandsMount Isa 

Use the interactive web map to view project locations across Queensland. Alternatively, refer to the maps below:

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Project Round
Bulloo Park Redevelopment - Stage 1
The redevelopment of Quilpie's Bulloo Park—home to the race club, annual show and rodeo, polocrosse carnivals, wedding receptions, car rallies, an evacuation centre and more—will provide patrons with a new kitchen, bar, toilets, and a large undercover area.
1
Carnarvon Gorge Road Upgrade
The tens of thousands of motorists travelling each year to the world-renowned Carnarvon Gorge will no longer face the risk of punctured tyres, damaged suspensions and cracked windscreens when the last 15km of the access road is sealed.
1
Charters Towers Effluent Re-use Upgrades
Charters Towers' public parks and golf course, plus the grounds of several schools, will be cleaner and greener when the sewerage treatment plant is upgraded to improve the quality of effluent used for irrigation.
1
Chinchilla Potable Water Treatment Plant Upgrade Stage 1
Chinchilla's outdated potable water treatment plant is being replaced with one using the latest technology to deliver better quality water—including treated CSG water in an Australian first—to support current and future populations and facilitate further growth.
1
Doomadgee to Burketown Optical Fibre Link Project
Burketown's overburdened radio network will soon be a thing of the past with the installation of nearly 100km of fibre optic cable to deliver high-speed broadband internet, 4G mobile phone services and Wi-Fi hotspots, boosting business, health, education and tourism opportunities.
1
Evans Landing Boat Ramp Car Park - Stage 2
Locals, fishing charter operators and tourists will benefit from the upgraded parking facilities that put the finishing touches on the Evans Landing Public Boat Ramp, making it safer and more user-friendly.
1
Expansion of the Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre
Redeveloping and expanding the Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre in Karumba will not only draw more tourists and students, but will give locals jobs and a community meeting place.
1
Julia Creek Membrane Bioreactor Sewerage Treatment Upgrade
Julia Creek's outdated sewage treatment system is being replaced with a state-of-the-art system that will deliver greater capacity, less odour and higher quality effluent suitable for re-use by council and the mining and agricultural sectors.
1
Major Infrastructure Upgrade of the Cloncurry Saleyards
The second largest cattle-handling facility in Queensland is being upgraded to ensure it remains operational and viable, and will continue to support jobs and economic development in the state's north-west.
1
Moranbah Resource Recovery Centre Improvement and Expansion Project
A new lined landfill cell and refuse transfer station means council can meet the future needs of the community, mining sector and supporting industries, and improve safety for patrons and staff.
1
Roma Flood Mitigation Project - Stage 2
Roma residents hard hit by three consecutive floods, culminating in 2012's record-breaker, will be better protected when new levees and diversion channels are in place.
1
Weipa Water and Sewerage Upgrades
Residents of Lorim Point and Evans Landing will have access to disinfected potable water through this project that also delivers two upgraded pump stations and completes major water and sewerage infrastructure upgrades in Weipa.
1
Biloela CBD Drainage Improvements
Flood immunity will be improved for approximately 60 businesses and houses with an upgrade to Biloela's stormwater network.
2
Moura Raw Water Supply Upgrade
A new pipeline and upgraded pump station will secure a reliable water supply for the Moura and Banana communities and allow for growth in the region.
2
Deep Creek Bridge Replacement
Transport productivity will be increased as a result of the Deep Creek Bridge being replaced.
2
Cloncurry Stormwater Drainage Upgrade – Stage 2
The Cloncurry community will be more resilient to flooding events when core stormwater drainage infrastructure is upgraded.
2
Critical Sewer Upgrades – Weipa
Ageing pipework in Weipa's sewer system will be upgraded to alleviate the pressure placed on the existing network as further expansions in the mining, private and government sectors continue in the area.
2
Gregory Water Treatment Plant Solar Power Project
The Gregory Water Treatment Plant will get a solar power system to replace the existing diesel generators, improving the plant's efficiency and reducing its environmental footprint.
2
Mount Isa Civic Centre and Library Upgrade
Upgrades to the Mount Isa civic centre and library will allow these vital community facilities to continue to provide a library for local residents and visitors and a civic centre for major events ensuring the 40-year-old complex continues to accommodate the Mount Isa events and tourism venues group.
2
Rocky Point Fireflow Upgrades
Upgrades to the Rocky Point's existing water network will mean increased water pressure and improved fireflow, which will improve community safety by making fire fighting more effective.
2
Aramac Aquatic Centre
Locals and visitors to Aramac will have a new aquatic centre to cool down in during the hot summer months—a critical piece of infrastructure for the community with temperatures soaring to over 35 degrees Celsius for five months of the year.
2
Black Gully Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade
Population and economic growth in Emerald and the Central Highlands region will be supported by an upgrade to the Black Gully Waste Water Treatment Plant.
2
Emerald Airport Runway Upgrade
Emerald Airport will meet aircraft loading requirements and safety compliance through an upgrade that will resurface and strengthen the runway, taxiway and apron bays.
2
Moranbah Reservoir and Associated Works
A new reservoir and other works at the Moranbah Water Treatment Plant will increase water storage of safe, clean drinking water and address critical pressure issues that limit firefighting capacity in some parts of the town.
2
Mosman Creek Flood Retention Basins – Charters Towers
Charters Towers will see a reduction in flooding along Mosman Creek and its major tributary with the construction of two new flood retention basins.
2
Revitalisation of the Collinsville Showground Upgrade
Collinsville Showgrounds will be upgraded, boosting tourism and flow-on spending in the town by creating an RV friendly park area.
2
Runway and Ancillary Lighting Replacement – Charters Towers Airport
New runway lighting will ensure that Charters Towers airport remains operational 24 hours a day, supporting outlying cattle stations, the Royal Flying Doctor Service, defence, emergency re-supply and children going to boarding school.
2
Roma Airport Runway Upgrade
Roma airport's upgraded runway will cater for more than 40 flight a week, meeting current and future air traffic needs, as well as supporting emergency services for remote locations in the Maranoa region.
2

View Building our Regions–funded projects on the interactive map.