South West Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils

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The six Councils of South West Queensland are ready to drive our region's productivity, prosperity and participation to supercharge Queensland's growth potential.

 

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Local Government leaders from across the six councils of South West Queensland are on a mission to unlock the diverse opportunities of their region, and help drive Queensland’s growth, as part of its 2020 State Election Strategy – The Cornerstone of Opportunities.

With an eye on the road to sustainable economic growth, industry diversification and more jobs for Queenslanders, the South West Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (SWQROC) has outlined a clear plan to unlock the ample opportunities to help its communities and those beyond its borders.

The SWQROC represents the six shires of Balonne, Bulloo, Maranoa, Murweh, Paroo and Quilpie, headed by its Chair, Balonne Shire Mayor, Cr Samantha O’Toole, and Deputy Chair Quilpie Mayor, Cr Stuart Mackenzie.

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