The Queensland Government is now in caretaker mode until after the state election. Minimal updates will be made to this site until after the election results are declared.
The Queensland Government has committed more than $7 billion in COVID-19 initiatives.
The Queensland Government is committed to putting further downward pressure on electricity prices and securing Queensland’s energy supply.
Partnering with industry to deliver affordable rental housing to more Queenslanders.
Queensland’s Business Development Fund has supported more than 40 Queensland start-ups to help businesses turn their ideas and innovations into commercial realities.
City Deals are a key mechanism of the Commonwealth Government’s Smart Cities Plan (2016) and provide a new approach for all levels of government to work together to plan and deliver transformative outcomes for Australian cities.
A social benefit bond is a way of funding programs to address pressing social issues in Queensland.
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Opening up investment opportunities in North Queensland.
Keeping major projects on track is critical to obtain maximum value for money for the government’s investment, and to deliver the services Queenslanders need.
Improving rehabilitation and financial assurance outcomes in the resources sector.