New Projects

Bitumen Facility Upgrade

The subsidiary to petroleum giant BP announced a $35 million investment into a new bitumen plant at Townsville port yesterday which will more than triple the current stocks of the vital commodity for road and tarmac construction. About 18,000 tonnes of bitumen will be stored at extremely high temperatures in tanks at the port facility More >

Domestic Airport Upgrade

Background Townsville Airport is the centre of aviation in the North Queensland Region. Townsville Airport operates the airport under a Joint User Agreement with the Department of Defence, with Townsville Airport leasing an area of 81 hectares of the airport for civil aviation purposes. As a joint user facility, the responsibility for planning and development More >

Mt Isa – Townsville Rail Corridor

The Port of Townsville is the gateway for exports from the North West and North East minerals Provinces. The Mt Isa to Townsville Rail Corridor is the backbone connecting the Port to the North West Minerals Province. The quantity of exports from the North West is limited by what can be transported from the region, either by the More >

Northern Economic Triangle

The Northern Economic Triangle (NET) is a commitment by the Queensland Government to foster sustainable economic, social and community growth through the emergence of Mount Isa, Townsville and Bowen as a triangle of mineral processing and industrial development. The NET aims to ensure the provision of critical infrastructure that underpins private sector investment in minerals More >

Townsville Base Load Power Station

Townsville Power Station is operated as a base loading plant providing input to the Queensland electricity system. Transfield Services has recently completed a $115 million redevelopment of the power station. The expansion increases the size of the power station to 240 MW capacity. With its clean coal seam methane fuel and combined cycle configuration, Townsville More >

Townsville Port Access Road

Abbott Street, Townsville Townsville Port Access Road Vision To deliver a freight-efficient, strategic road link to the Port of Townsville that complements the natural environment, and achieves excellence and sustainability through all project phases with a high level of stakeholder support and recognition. Stuart Bypass (Section one) The Stuart Bypass will be a new 2.5km More >

Townsville Port Marine Precinct

The proposed Townsville Marine Precinct Project seeks to provide a dedicated marine precinct facility for commercial and recreational use at the mouth of the Ross River in the Port of Townsville. The project would address the ongoing and increasing demand for marine facilities in the region by providing a sheltered, purpose-built precinct for the co-location More >

Waste Water Upgrade

Townsville In order to meet the needs of a rapidly growing population, Townsville City Council is carrying out a massive upgrade of its sewerage infrastructure. Wastewater treatment plants will be required to meet stricter effluent disposal standards set down by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The project includes: Upgrading the Mt St John Wastewater Treatment More >

Fairfield Waters – Townsville’s Premier Estate

Lakeland Blvd, Idalia, QLD 4811

Fairfield Waters offers you the ultimate Townsville address. This riverfront residential community provides near-city convenience in a carefully planned community environment. Fairfield Waters is one of Townsville’s largest and most exciting residential developments, just minutes from the city centre, shopping, sporting, educational and employment facilities. Fully master planned and located along 2 kilometres of beautiful More >

Kalynda Chase

Kalynda Parade, Bohle Plains QLD 4817

[download id=”45″] Kalynda Chase is the first residential development at Bohle Plains to be built on the western side of the Bohle River in a harmonious setting surrounded by spacious parkland environments. Escape the hustle and bustle of city living to an oasis of calm and an abundance of open space at Kalynda Chase. Twenty More >