Queensland Freight Action Plan 2024-2025


To continue supporting Queensland and Australia's economy effectively, policy-making in the freight logistics freight transport and supply chain sector requires substantial reform. This should extend beyond addressing specific existing policies to include a thorough evaluation of how these policies are developed, implemented, and assessed. A systems thinking approach is crucial for managing the inherent complexities and interdependencies within supply chains and freight logistics. Supply chains operate beyond state borders and modal preferences, necessitating policies that avoid siloed approaches and conflicting regulations across various levels of government and jurisdictions. Policies must be designed with an understanding of the entire supply chain system to effectively meet the needs of producers, end users, communities, and consumers.