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Market Profile  Scenic Rim

Market Profile Scenic Rim

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  • LAST UPDATED: 24 October 2017

The Scenic Rim region is located about one hour’s drive south of Brisbane CBD and west of the Gold Coast.

Market Profile Central Queensland

Market Profile Central Queensland

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  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

Rockhampton is globally-recognised as the economic heart of Central Queensland. Located on the Tropic of Capricorn about 600 kilometres north of Brisbane CBD, the region has a population of 83,000. The region has a prosperous economy driven by its central location along major north, south and west transport and freight infrastructure routes, and proximity to major mining and resource development.

Market Profile Darling Downs

Market Profile Darling Downs

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  • LAST UPDATED: 5 June 2018

Located within Queensland’s Darling Downs, 125km west of Brisbane, Toowoomba and the surrounding region are recognised as Australia’s second-largest agricultural production area.

Market Profile Far North Queensland

Market Profile Far North Queensland

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  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

Far North Queensland encompasses Australia’s north-eastern corner west to the Northern Territory border. Its four regions are known as: The Wet Tropics; The Atherton Tablelands; The Gulf; Cape York. The region is renowned for its sugar, beef, fishing, fruit and tourism industries.

Market Profile Ipswich Region

Market Profile Ipswich Region

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  • LAST UPDATED: 24 October 2017

A population of around 200,000 that is predicted to more than double by 2031, Ipswich covers approximately 1090 square kilometres, located about 40 kilometres south-west of the Brisbane CBD.

Market Profile Lockyer Valley

Market Profile Lockyer Valley

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  • LAST UPDATED: 24 October 2017

The Lockyer Valley is located in south east Queensland, about one hour west of the Brisbane CBD and covers an
area of approximately 2,200 square kilometres.

Market Profile Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday Region

Market Profile Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday Region

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  • LAST UPDATED: 15 December 2016

The Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday Region is located in the northern half of Central Queensland. Mackay, located 1,000 kilometres north of Brisbane, is the gateway to the magnificent Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. The region is known for its scenic beaches, relaxed tropical lifestyle and recreational attractions.

Market Profile North Queensland

Market Profile North Queensland

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  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

The North Queensland region encompasses the area from Townsville west to Mount Isa and Ayr in the south to Ingham in the north. The region is proud of its economic heritage founded on a strong base of agriculture and resources, Australia's largest military base, a port boasting a broad-based trade profile and a world-class university.

Market Profile Sunshine Coast

Market Profile Sunshine Coast

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  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

Located just over one hour’s drive from the state’s capital of Brisbane and with a current population of over 298,000, the Sunshine Coast has a clear vision to build a high-value economy of choice for business, investment and employment. The Sunshine Coast economy is one of the largest regional economies in Australia, with a current Gross Regional product of more than A$16 billion, double that of the previous decade.

Market Profile Wide Bay–Burnett

Market Profile Wide Bay–Burnett

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  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

Located 200km north of Brisbane, on the subtropical coast of Queensland, Wide Bay–Burnett provides an enviable climate, relaxed and inviting lifestyle, affordable living and offers diverse economic opportunities. The region is rapidly emerging as Queensland’s ‘food bowl’ with a variety of livestock, sugar, fruit, nuts, vegetables, timber, seafood and specialty products grown and processed.

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Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023

Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023

29 November 2018

Partnerships work both ways. The Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023 aims to provide new jobs, economic growth, and innovation associated with enhancing Queensland and India’s trade and investment relationship.

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Trade and Investment Queensland's annual report 2017–2018

Trade and Investment Queensland's annual report 2017–2018

2 October 2018

2017–2018 was a year of working hard to increase collaboration with other trade-focused and investment-focused organisations. TIQ continued to implement the 22 initiatives of the Queensland Trade and Investment Strategy 2017–2022, delivering 248 export outcomes and helping to attract 18 inward investment deals.

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