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The Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area (SDA) supports the establishment of multiple underground pipelines.

Declared in 2008, the approximately 90 kilometre long corridor links Stanwell to Gladstone.

With an average width of 100 metres, the corridor can accommodate up to seven underground pipelines for numerous purposes such as water (treated, raw or sea), gas, mineral slurries and telecommunication cables.



The Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA development scheme

Planning and development in the SDA is controlled by the Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA development scheme, which is a regulatory document.

The current development scheme was approved by the Governor in Council in September of 2012.

Download the current Development Scheme for the Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area (PDF icon 261 KB).

Download an earlier version of the Development Scheme for the Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA (PDF icon 180 KB).

The Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA maps

Land use assessment and approval

Further information