How can we create more jobs and grow the Queensland economy?
Queensland’s $349 billion modern, vibrant economy is supported by a range of industries and services.
Over the past two decades, Queensland’s economic growth has generally exceeded the national average thanks to developments such as the resources investment boom and the associated upturn in LNG exports.
Health, Mining & Energy, Agriculture, Construction, Education & Training, Financial & Professional Services and Tourism are the major contributors to economic growth in Queensland.
Queensland’s population could be more than 8 million by 2066.
Eligibility: We suggest you consider using the Queensland Government open datasets on data.qld.gov.au.
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Workforce and human resource management - DoE
Wind model - Queensland
Vegetation management – register of accepted development vegetation clearing code notifications
2016-2017 Trade Statistics — Queensland Ports
State and non-state school details
Solar model data and report - Queensland
Registered operators of intensive animal feedlots
Register of Architects
Queensland Aquaculture Production
QBCC Licensed Contractors Register
QBCC Licensed Building Certifiers
Pool safety register
Overseas exports and imports of goods, value, Queensland and Australia
Occupational and industry licensing statistics - Office of Fair Trading
Labour force status by region, Queensland
Key demographic and socio-economic indicators by state and territory (as at June 2019)
International visitors by Queensland Tourism region
Index of retail prices in Queensland regional centres
Find a charging station — Electric vehicle
Suitable Operator Register (SOR) for Environmentally Relevant Activities (ERAs)
Australian Biomass for Bioenergy Assessment - Queensland data
Annual mineral and metal statistics
Annual coal statistics
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Features