Where to start?
Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ)
Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ) is the Queensland Government’s dedicated global business agency, with representatives in 16 locations across the world. TIQ has specialist responsibility for ensuring that international investors have the information and support needed to take advantage of the many opportunities Queensland offers.
TIQ assists potential investors by providing a range of business and investment services, including sharing detailed industry knowledge, preparing business cases, arranging site visits, facilitating introductions to industry and service providers, liaising with government and providing market intelligence.
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Queensland Treasury stands ready to help make your journey to invest in Queensland smooth and efficient. We look forward to working with you to unlock new opportunities for job creation, technological innovation, industry expansion, and export success.
Queensland Treasury, its partner agencies and the wider government offer a comprehensive suite of funding programs and investment facilitation support, including the $520 million Invested in Queensland program, $100 million Queensland Critical Minerals and Battery Technology Fund, and Significant Investment Facilitation Framework.
Queensland Treasury is your starting point for investment advice and facilitation including access to global partners in key markets across Asia, Americas, United Kingdom and Europe.
For more information, visit the Queensland Treasury website.
Department of Resources
The Department of Resources is the Queensland Government’s advisor on the state’s renewable and non-renewable land, mineral and energy resources. The department works closely with the resources industry and across the government to assess, negotiate and advise on innovation enterprise and industry-wide proposals. The department also has a regulatory role for existing operations to ensure all activities are managed fairly, responsibly and sustainably.
The department is a key facilitator of economic development in Queensland.
Office: 1 William Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
The Australian Government sets the regulatory environment for investment in Australia, including:
- national environmental law
- trade and customs
- foreign investment.
For information to support investors entering the Australian market, see Austrade’s 2023 benchmark report.
- Last updated
- 26 October 2023
- Last reviewed
- 26 October 2023