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Project examples - proposals under facilitation

Forest Wind

Forest Wind is a privately financed and funded, major clean energy project proposed to be located within three state plantation forests between Gympie and Maryborough. It has the potential to be one of the largest grid-connected wind farms in the Southern Hemisphere and could create around 440 jobs during construction and 50 full-time jobs once operational.

Featuring up to 226 wind turbines on actively managed exotic pine plantation licence areas in the Toolara, Tuan and Neerdie state forests, it could contribute to Queensland’s target of 50 per cent renewables by 2030. With the potential to generate up to 1200 megawatts of electricity at capacity, this would be enough energy to supply one in four Queensland homes.

The passing of the Forest Wind Farm Development Bill 2020 in August 2020 outlines a pathway for Forest Wind Holdings to obtain tenure to access, occupy, develop and manage the land for the purpose of this project only. This complex project continues to advance through the Exclusive Transactions process.

Waterfront Brisbane

The $2.5 billion Dexus Waterfront Brisbane proposal is a unique opportunity to transform Brisbane’s Eagle Street Pier and Waterfront Place precinct into a leading premium business and leisure destination.

The precinct masterplan includes two commercial towers of 49 and 43 floors, a vibrant active retail area and approximately one hectare of riverside public open space with large plazas opening on to the river, and substantial improvements to the Riverwalk.

On 19 December 2019, the Queensland Government announced the signing of a facilitation agreement with Dexus enabling the company to commence the detailed design and development application process.

Brisbane City Council granted planning approval in December 2020, and construction on the Eagle Street Pier site commenced in January 2023, with the first tower being delivered in 2028.

Dexus estimates that more than 3000 construction jobs will be created over the next decade and a significant number of operational jobs will be supported once the project has been completed.

Last updated: 05 Jun 2023