Building our Regions
Building our Regions is a $375 million targeted regional infrastructure program for local government projects. The primary purpose of the Building our Regions program is to provide funding for critical infrastructure in regional areas of the state, while also supporting jobs, fostering economic development and improving the liveability of regional communities.
So far, Building our Regions has provided $150 million across 93 projects.
Round 3 is open for expressions of interest between Monday 30 January and Friday 24 February 2017 with $70 million available. This round is open to all regional councils eligible under the Regional Capital Fund, Royalties for Resource Producing Communities Fund, and Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund.
The supplementary round for councils under the Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund is currently underway with 22 shortlisted projects ( 72 KB). Councils with shortlisted projects are invited to submit detailed applications between Monday 23 January and Friday 3 March 2017.
Read more about the application process.
There are four focused infrastructure funds under the program. The three funds managed by the department include:
- Regional Capital Fund
- Royalties for Resource Producing Communities Fund
- Remote and Indigenous Communities Fund.
These three funds have $225 million available over three financial years.
The fourth fund is the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme (TIDS), managed by the Department of Transport and Main Roads. The Building our Regions program provides a $150 million boost to this fund over five financial years. Information about TIDS is available at www.tmr.qld.gov.au.
Use the interactive web map to view project locations across Queensland. Alternatively, refer to the maps below:
- Building our Regions: Current Fund Areas ( 2.24 MB)
- Building our Regions: Round 1 Fund Areas ( 1.7 MB)
- Building our Regions: Round 2 Projects ( 1.7 MB)
- Building our Regions: Round 1 Projects ( 1.6 MB)
For more information about the Building our Regions program: