The Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) is the state’s lead agency responsible for disaster recovery and resilience policy.
The Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) Strategic Plan 2021-25 outlines QRA's vision, purpose, organisational objectives, strategies, outcomes and performance indicators.
The Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) was established under the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Act 2011 following unprecedented natural disasters that struck Queensland over the summer months of 2010-11. A legislative amendment that came into effect on 11 June 2015 made QRA a permanent part of the Queensland Government.
The Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) reports to the Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, the Honourable Dr Steven Miles MP, and also to the Queensland Reconstruction Board.
Under the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Act 2011, the key purpose of the Queensland Reconstruction Board is to oversee the operations of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA). Find out about the functions and membership of the Board.
Brendan Moon is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.
Annual reports provide information about the Queensland Reconstruction Authority's financial and non-financial performance.
Board reports prepared for the Queensland Reconstruction Board.