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Queensland Resources Council
Economic Contribution

Since opening this page, the Queensland resources sector has generated the following contribution to the state's economy

$150,549,540

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Contribution to your region

Discover how the Queensland resources sector contributed to your region (based on Queensland's statistical division boundaries) in 2014-15.

BRISBANE
CENTRAL WEST
DARLING DOWNS
FAR NORTH
FITZROY
GOLD COAST
MACKAY
NORTHERN
NORTH WEST
SOUTH WEST
SUNSHINE COAST
WEST MORETON
WIDE BAY-BURNETT

BRISBANE

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Brisbane.

Brisbane 2014-15

CENTRAL WEST

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Central West.

CentralWest_region.pdf

DARLING DOWNS

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Darling Downs.

DarlingDowns_region.pdf

FAR NORTH

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Far North.

FarNorth_region.pdf

FITZROY

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Fitzroy.

Fitzroy_region.pdf

GOLD COAST

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Gold Coast.

GoldCoast_region.pdf

MACKAY

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Mackay.

Mackay_region.pdf

NORTHERN

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Northern.

Northern_region.pdf

NORTH WEST

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in North West.

NorthWest_region.pdf

SOUTH WEST

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in South West.

SouthWest_region.pdf

SUNSHINE COAST

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Sunshine Coast.

SunshineCoast_region.pdf

WEST MORETON

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in West Moreton.

WestMoreton_region.pdf

WIDE BAY-BURNETT

Click below to learn more about resources sector spending in Wide Bay-Burnett.

WideBay-Burnett_region.pdf