Far North Queensland District

Far North Queensland, which is often known simply as FNQ, is the northernmost part of the Australian state of Queensland. Its largest city is Cairns and it is dominated geographically by Cape York Peninsula, which stretches north to the Torres Strait, and west to the Gulf Country. The waters of Torres Strait include the only international border in the area contiguous with the Australian mainland, between Australia and Papua New Guinea.

3 Projects in Far North Queensland District

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  1. Bruce Highway—Babinda intersection upgrade

    We are progressing a project to upgrade the intersection of the Bruce Highway and Munro Street at Babinda...

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  2. Bruce Highway—Cairns Southern Access Corridor—Stage 3: Edmonton to Gordonvale

    The Bruce Highway – Cairns Southern Access Corridor – Stage 3: Edmonton to Gordonvale project is part of the 15-year Bruce Highway Upgrade Program, a $12.6 billion program of works to improve safety...

    Edmonton to Gordonvale
  3. Bruce Highway—Cairns Southern Access Corridor—Stage 4: Kate Street to Aumuller Street

    We are upgrading the Bruce Highway—Cairns Southern Access Corridor from Kate Street (renamed Links Drive) to Aumuller Street to a 6-lane dual carriageway. Additional works include upgrades through to...

    Kate Street to Aumuller Street