Strategic Plan outlines QRA’s vision for the next four years

Thirteen separate natural disaster events struck Queensland in the 2023-24 disaster season, the most disasters experienced in the state in one season since the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) was established in 2011.

As the state’s lead agency responsible for disaster recovery and resilience, QRA’s vision is for a stronger, safer, resilient Queensland. 

The timely release of the 2024-28 Strategic Plan provides a clear pathway of QRA’s role in coordinating action across all levels of government to improve the resilience of Queensland communities and facilitate locally-led disaster recovery.

Through recovery operations QRA will continue to provide responsive and integrated services to communities before, during and after natural disasters.

QRA is also key in coordinated programs that support and build disaster relief and recovery readiness, capability and resilience at the local level.

QRA is further committed to strengthening disaster resilience to ensure communities are better equipped to deal with the increasing prevalence of natural disasters

The Strategic Plan outlines QRA’s aim to achieve its remit under three core objectives:

  • Rebuilding, recovering and reconnecting disaster affected communities
  • Building capacity in recovery and resilience through expert leadership and partnerships, and 
  • Getting ready, reducing risk and building resilience

The framework for each objective has clear strategies and outcomes to guide the QRA to the key performance indicators.

The 2024-28 Strategic Plan is available at: