Located in the north-eastern part of Australia, Queensland is a premier resource investment destination with a long and proud history of turning its rich mineral and energy resource endowment into world-class opportunities.
Queensland has the critical minerals the world needs to tackle climate change and drive advancements in manufacturing, defence, scientific research sectors and more.
On offer are some of the world’s richest mineral-producing areas, with major deposits of copper, lead, zinc, nickel, cobalt, tungsten, graphite, vanadium, rare earths as well as our traditional resources including coal and gas.
Queensland’s critical minerals also come with strong environment, social and governance foundations and a commitment to source our critical minerals sustainably and responsibly. Our federal and state governments are stable and reliable and invest in programs and initiatives to support our operators and grow our supply chain and infrastructure links.
With a strong and stable local economy, and a government committed to driving economic prosperity and a sustainable resources industry – all while preserving Queensland's unmatched lifestyle, attractions, and natural wonders – Queensland is the place to be.
For more information, visit www.resources.qld.gov.au.
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