More than 70 boat ramps across Queensland will receive a $30 million boost over the next two years.
Main Roads and Ports Minister Mark Bailey announced the projects today under the Palaszczuk Government’s Marine Infrastructure Fund.
“Boaties across Queensland will benefit from new and upgraded boat ramps, floating walkways, pontoons and improved access to channels as part of this program,” Mr Bailey said.
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“One in every 19 Queenslanders own a boat, and the popularity of recreational boating and fishing is continually increasing – it’s important that we keep up with this demand.
“That’s why we’re investing more than $30 million in vital boating infrastructure upgrades under the Marine Infrastructure Fund over the next two years.”
For a full list of the upgrades click here.