38 Speakers | 18 Sessions | 2 Breakout Streams

With the Commonwealth committing $8.4billion towards the Inland rail project and $472 million as a Regional Growth Fund, there is a strong push for Queensland to diversify and broaden industries in order to boost the state’s economic prospects.

Against a backdrop of several major developments in infrastructure, tourism, innovation, education and urban development, the transition from resource-driven growth to broader, diversified economic activity brings about a myriad of opportunities to unlock the prosperity of Queensland.

The latest addition to Aventedge’s INFRACON series, Developing Queensland is a premier two-day conference bringing together government and private sector to explore strategies to attract investments in the region. The event will showcase current and future development priorities driving growth and shed light on how government and businesses can enhance collaboration and leverage innovation to achieve sustainable economic development.

 

 

Hear what past delegates have to say…
“This annual event is of major interest for the future development of not only our major cities and growing cities but the development of Australia as a nation. As stated within the event's synopsis and by Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, Prime Minister of Australia, "A smart city needs more than smart technology, it needs smart people.". This is what this event achieves. Smart technology. Smart people. Smart Nation.” - Traffic Transport Planning Engineer, Townsville City Council
“This conference will put you in touch with high-level thought leaders and will provide you with the opportunity to learn and share knowledge here.” - Economic Development Manager, Brisbane City Council
“I thoroughly enjoyed the event. Very well organised event that was well researched and contained a mix of interesting people and ideas that address very complex issues.” - Principal Consultant, Mesh Planning

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Why Attend

Hear from government leaders, planning experts, developers, and industry professionals as they address development issues, explore opportunities for growth, identify potential challenges and set the scene for the future of the Queensland economy. 

  • Keep up-to-speed on the latest policies and plans from Federal, State and Local government on urban planning, real estate, infrastructure and economic growth
  • Leverage first-hand insights from industry professionals on major ongoing projects including $8.4 billion Inland Rail and $21 billion Adani Carmichael coal mine

Who Should Attend

Delegates from private industries, the government, and associations involved in or have an interest in infrastructure, urban development and investment in Queensland 

  • Federal and State government 
  • Local government and councils  
  • Managing Directors and C-Level Executives 
  • Heads, GMs and Senior Managers 
  • Corporate Services 
  • International and domestic businesses and investors 
  • Project managers

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