Our goal is to help the Queensland aerospace industry to be recognised as a leading centre in Australia and South East Asia for aerospace innovation by 2028.
- 14 Queensland SME’s graduated from Boeing Australia’s first Capability Uplift Program. Three of these companies: HINDSITE Industries, LOGiT and JRS Group received their first Boeing contract.
Queensland aerospace roadmap
The Queensland Aerospace 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan ( 12.4 MB), identifies new opportunities and solutions to continue to accelerate growth in both the civilian and defence aerospace sectors and to create sustainable jobs well in the future.
The Queensland Government has a long term vision to capitalise on opportunities to help support aerospace businesses and position the state as an aerospace hub within the Indo-Pacific region.
This vision includes our $3.34 billion Queensland Jobs Fund which will help to drive growth and jobs creation within the aerospace sectors.
The Fund is a one stop shop for investors who can easily access a suite of flagship industry development programs specifically designed to help them grow and prosper. The suite includes the $350 million Industry Partnership Program which is focussed on creating jobs across a number of priority industry sectors including aerospace.
The Queensland Government is committed to supporting the state's rapidly developing and innovative aerospace industry.
Aerospace is the technology and support systems that enable flight of all civil and military aircraft – aeroplanes, helicopters and uncrewed aerial systems. It includes the design, development, manufacture, modification, testing, operation and maintenance of flight vehicles and their on-board and ground systems.
Queensland is already well-known as an aviation hub of the Indo-Pacific region, attracting a number of global leaders in the civil and defence aviation area. Queensland's existing strength in aviation gives the state a distinct advantage for further development in the aerospace sector.
The Aerospace sector in Queensland employed an estimated 5,200 persons as at first quarter of 2023.
Last updated: 20 Nov 2023