The Queensland Beef Corridors group of councils advocating for road upgrades in the region have welcomed the infrastructure funding announcement…
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Mayor Anne Baker talks to ABC Northern Drive’s Adam Stephen about the campaign launch.
The group pleaded for a $400 million investment to seal missing links on partially sealed roads with a view to ongoing beef road infrastructure plans.
Gladstone, Isaac, Banana, Central Highlands, Woorabinda, Barcaldine and Blackall-Tambo Mayors have joined forces to call for action from the State and Federal governments to upgrade Queensland’s Beef Corridors.
Images Grace and Lawson Paine in the bulldust on the road in front of their parents’ Springsure property. Springsure beef…
Beef producers and industry stakeholders who have shared in the call to action for upgraded road infrastructure come from one of the most diverse beef producing areas in the country. Read more about them.
Born and bred in Central Queensland and the beef industry, Ken Dillon concedes that roads have improved since he first started out. But the gravel roads he drives along every day hurt profit margins and disrupt the supply chain.
The QBC are more than just pieces of infrastructure, they are the foundation of an innovative economy, and they are the lifeblood of the people that use them.