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Infrastructure planning

State Infrastructure Strategy

Queensland has one of the strongest economies in the nation, an enviable lifestyle and highly liveable communities. But with more and more people choosing to call our state home, we need to be equipped to meet emerging challenges and embrace opportunities head on.

The Queensland Government’s State Infrastructure Strategy 2022 presents a clear vision of the Queensland Government’s infrastructure requirements over the next two decades. It sets out our objectives for infrastructure and the priority actions that will drive the future we want for Queensland.

Regional Infrastructure Plans

Our department will progressively release seven regional infrastructure plans to support the State Infrastructure Strategy (SIS) which sets out the 20-year vision for infrastructure for Queensland.

Regional infrastructure plans are key deliverables of the State Infrastructure Strategy and use a more place-based approach to better align infrastructure planning and investment with the unique priorities of each region. These plans are being developed in consultation with regional stakeholders and will be progressively released from 2022 to 2024.

Sunshine Coast Infrastructure Coordination Plan

A collaborative plan for infrastructure to benefit the region’s community, environment, liveability and economic development.

Future Infrastructure: Private Investment

How and where investment in infrastructure is directed plays an important role in the liveability of our communities and success of our regions as they transition to a new and decarbonised economy. The Future Infrastructure: Private Investment discussion paper helps shape our view on priorities and opportunities for private investment in infrastructure in Queensland.

Former State Infrastructure Plan (Strategy and Capital Program)

In March 2016 the Queensland Government released the State Infrastructure Plan (SIP) which was developed in two parts:

SIP Part A: Strategy (PDF icon 1.9 MB) which set the direction for planning, investment and delivery of infrastructure in Queensland, and

SIP Part B: Program, detailing the infrastructure investment strategy and delivery program for the next four years and released annually from 2016-2019.

The Capital Program 2020 update (PDF icon 6.9 MB) was released in August 2020, replacing the SIP Part B: Program,  and helped accelerate Queensland’s economic recovery from the impacts of COVID-19.

Last updated: 05 Apr 2024