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The Stanwell-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.

Stanwell SDA

Benefits of the Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA

The Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA and its associated development scheme:

To ensure the Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA provides an optimal corridor alignment, the following criteria were taken into consideration:

The Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA Development Scheme

The Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area Development Scheme (PDF icon 261 KB) is a regulatory document that controls planning and development in the SDA.

The current development scheme was approved by the state government in September of 2012.

The development scheme contains a development assessment framework for making, assessing and deciding applications and requests relating to development within the Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA. The most common of these is an SDA application for a material change of use.

The Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA maps

Amendments

Further information

For further information on the Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA contact the SDA Division on 1800 001 048 or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.