State Recovery Plans
Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) is responsible for the Queensland Recovery Plan, and for event-specific state recovery plans developed with support from the Functional Recovery Groups, as outlined under recovery governance.
State Recovery Plans and recovery operations
The 2021-22 Southern Queensland Floods State Recovery and Resilience Plan 2022-24 (the Plan) aims to inform decision-makers and the public of the role the state government, local governments and communities will play in recovery from the events, and outline improved resilience outcomes for the people who live in the region.
State recovery plan, local recovery plans and recovery reporting for the catastrophic 2019 Queensland Bushfires when more than 7 million hectares burnt across Queensland.
State recovery plan, local recovery plans and recovery reporting for the 2019 North and Far North Queensland Monsoon Trough flooding event when 39 local councils across Queensland were impacted.
State recovery plan, local recovery plans and recovery reporting for the Central Queensland Bushfires 2018 when over 140 fires had a disastrous effect on residents, primary producers, agriculture and the environment.
State recovery plan, local recovery plans and recovery reporting following 2017 Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
Operation Queenslander Implementation Plan is the state recovery plan following the devastating events of 2010-2011 when 99 per cent of our state was affected by floods and cyclones.
Related recovery arrangements
Governance arrangements to support recovery across Queensland including: the Queensland Recovery Plan; Disaster Recovery Arrangements; Functional Recovery Groups; and high level coordination roles.
A collaborative approach coordinating recovery across all levels of government, FRGs, and the community, including planning requirements at local, district and state levels.