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The Queensland Government is committed to helping business access major project procurement opportunities to benefit Queenslanders and the broader economy.

We are working closely with Industry Capability Network (ICN Qld) to deliver the Queensland Charter for Local Content which is providing Queensland's business community with full, fair and reasonable access to government procurement.

We are supporting local business by:

  • administering the Queensland Charter for Local Content
  • facilitating local content services to maximise government procurement opportunities
  • collecting and reporting local content achievement and performance.

Supporting local content in major projects - case studies

North Queensland Stadium

The $250 million North Queensland Stadium project will deliver an iconic, 25,000 seat regional stadium in Townsville in time for the 2020 NRL season.

Suppliers have the opportunity to register expression of interest for work on the North Queensland Stadium project.

Queensland State Netball Centre

The Queensland Government is advancing the delivery of a new sports facility to support Queensland's netball community.

Located in Nathan at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre, the new Queensland State Netball Centre will support netball players and teams at all levels from clubs, schools and junior development programs to seniors and representative players.

Commonwealth Games Village

Private Developer Grocon, commenced early works on the Parklands site in August 2014 and construction commenced in August 2015. The site will be handed over to GOLDOC in October 2017 to be transformed into the Commonwealth Games Village.

Queen’s Wharf

Destination Brisbane Consortium—The Star Entertainment Group (formerly Echo Entertainment Group), Far East Consortium (Australia) and Chow Tai Fook Enterprises—is now the contractor responsible for delivering the world-class tourism, leisure and entertainment precinct in the heart of the Brisbane CBD.

The Queensland Government in partnership with Destination Brisbane Consortium will deliver economic growth for Queensland with the creation of more than 2000 jobs during peak construction and 8000 jobs when the Integrated Resort Development is operational in around 2022.

ICN Queensland Black Business Finder

The Queensland Government is helping indigenous businesses around the state to benefit from Queensland's major projects.

Commissioned by the government, the ICN Qld has developed the Black Business Finder. The database now lists over 440 indigenous businesses.

The Black Business Finder is on par and even ahead of many of Australia's more established indigenous databases.

Sunshine Coast Hospital

The department, ICN Qld and Sunshine Coast Regional Council are ensuring the local economy benefits during construction of the region's new hospital.

Development of the Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital is the largest infrastructure project undertaken on the Sunshine Coast. During construction, almost 82 per cent of goods and services are being supplied by South East Queensland and regional businesses.