The more than $285 million SEQ Liveability Fund will deliver great places and spaces for communities across Queensland’s booming south-east corner.
The SEQ Liveability Fund is one of the key projects being delivered under the $1.8 billion South East Queensland (SEQ) City Deal, a partnership between the Australian Government, the Queensland Government and Council of Mayors (SEQ).
The pool of funding is now open to eligible local governments to deliver projects that will help build healthier, liveable and more inclusive, connected communities.
That includes new parks and projects that promote health and wellbeing, as well as community infrastructure that complements new housing supply or urban renewal.
Councils can also apply for funding for regional sporting and recreation facilities to drive engagement in local sport in the lead-up to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The fund will support projects that meet the program’s wider vision to support local businesses, jobs and maximise opportunities for First Nations people.
It is a collaboration between the three levels of government under the SEQ City Deal to deliver 29 commitments aimed at generating long-lasting benefits for the region.
Find out more:
- Read the Minister’s media release here.
- Visit the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning website