The department leads the development of infrastructure policy, planning and investment prioritisation for the state. The government is delivering a coordinated and integrated approach to infrastructure that will build industry confidence and generate jobs and economic growth, as well as improve liveability. Find out more about Queensland infrastructure and our engagement with the Australian Government below.
The state government is exploring alternative infrastructure funding options, including value sharing, to meet Queensland's current and future needs.
The Queensland Government assists local governments to plan and provide infrastructure for their communities. Local government infrastructure includes water supply and reticulation, sewage treatment, local roads, stormwater management and parks and land for community facilities.
The department is the backbone of Queensland Government infrastructure policy and planning, engaging with the Australian Government on a number of matters.
The department provides infrastructure leadership in Queensland through a whole-of-government approach to the planning, investment, delivery and management of infrastructure.
Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) is the state government's commercialised business unit for urban, regional, residential and industrial development with its primary focus to drive economic growth in Queensland through property and infrastructure partnership.