supplier to establish and run a multi-million-dollar agtech and a 40 000-person venue for music festivals and Motorsport in Queensland has received a major boost with plans for a permanent $175 million dollar motorsport facility and entertainment precinct in Toowoomba being announced today. “This project would support 130 “We are keen to start construction early next year to help kick-start the economy post COVID-19.”. in the order of $95 million of our assets and funds into this project. continue looking at creating more opportunities for future growth.”, “With the Wellcamp Entertainment Precinct, those Community consultation and planning approvals will still be required before any works start. $13.9 million to widen and strengthen key All trademarks and rights are owned by their respective owners. “This project would support 130 jobs during construction and up to 2,500 jobs when hosting major events,” the Treasurer said. logistics hub at Toowoomba. a plan to develop “The circuit design has the potential for the venue “This precinct would aim to attract major events right across the performing arts, business, tourism, sport and events sectors,” Dick explained. Proposed by the Wagner Corporation, the Wellcamp Entertainment Precinct will house a world class race track, road safety and driver education and training facilities, a 40,000-person venue for major events, business tourism and event facilities and on-site accommodation for up to 5000 people. $40 million and today we call on the I pulled the pictures from an Australian article and did my own rough draft of what kind of elevation change the circuit will have. ADVERTISEMENT. The Palaszczuk Government will invest $40 million in a plan to develop Queensland’s largest entertainment precinct at Wellcamp near Toowoomba. The Australian and Queensland Governments have unlocked joint funding of $16 million for upgrades to the Rockhampton-Yeppoon Rd, May Downs Rd and Clermont-Alpha Rd. A $175 million plan to develop the Wellcamp Entertainment Precinct near Toowoomba has attracted $40 million in State funding. Changes to three grant programs will help small and medium businesses working in the Defence sector to access greater support from next month. - road safety and driver training facilities and vocational training opportunities The Palaszczuk Government has to date announced more than $8 billion on initiatives to support business, industry and households in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to help keep our economy moving and Queenslanders in jobs. “Their vision, imagination and drive to succeed has turned paddocks into an international airport and trade distribution centre that, with the support of my Government, is also home to the Qantas Group Pilot Academy. The Wagner family’s proposed $175 million Wellcamp Entertainment Precinct would incorporate a motorsport complex and a 40,000-person performing arts venue. Estimated Value $175.000 million. Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk said the plan aimed to revolutionize the economy of Toowoomba and Darling Downs. Treasurer and Minister for Infrastructure and accommodation providers, restaurants, cafes and many other small still be required before any works start. and this investment ensures world-leading agricultural research will be as part of our Economic Recovery Plan for the Darling Downs. “We are keen to start construction early next year to Proposed by the Wagner Corporation, the Wellcamp Entertainment Precinct will house a world class race track, road safety and driver education and training facilities, a 40,000-person venue for major events, business tourism and event facilities and on-site accommodation for up to 5000 people. • business tourism and event facilities Closing onDescriptionIssued ByFri, 30 October 2020 2:00 PMIRC010354: LRCI Footpath Renewal and Construction Isaac Regional CouncilSat, 31 October 2020 2:00 PMBSC010356: Caravan Parks and /or Roadhouse Barcoo Shire CouncilMon, 02 Nove... Website By Ideazine Graphics