Regional Infrastructure Plans
Regional infrastructure plans are a key element of the State Infrastructure Strategy – our 20 year infrastructure vision for the State.
Regional infrastructure plans will take a place-based approach to ensure regionally significant infrastructure needs are considered and prioritised.
Infrastructure is the backbone to boosting productivity, growing our economy creating jobs, improving liveability, driving innovation and building strong and resilient communities. Place-based infrastructure plans for the regions help to make this happen.
A plan for each of the seven regions will be developed in consultation with regional stakeholders. The plans will be delivered in partnership with the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water.
The first regional infrastructure plan released is the Central and Western Queensland Infrastructure Plan (CWQIP).
Far North Queensland
A plan for Far North Queensland is close to finalisation. It's expected to be released in early 2024.
Darling Downs and South West
A plan for this region is also underway. It's expected to be finalised in late 2023.
The South East Queensland Infrastructure Supplement has been released to support ShapingSEQ 2023, integrating land use and infrastructure planning.
A collaborative plan for infrastructure to benefit the region’s community, environment, liveability and economic development.
The Wide Bay Burnett Infrastructure Supplement, helps prioritise infrastructure to enhance liveability and economic opportunities.
Last updated: 15 Dec 2023