In this guide:
- Guide for local Government
- About the audit
- Agricultural Land Use Categories
- Agricultural land classes
- Potential and current agricultural land
- Important agricultural areas and locally important agricultural areas
- Benefits for local government
- Agriculture state interest
- Accessing audit information
- Applying audit information
The purpose of this guide is to assist local government in understanding, accessing and utilising information contained within the Queensland Agricultural Land Audit (the Audit).
It provides an overview of:
- how local government can promote and enable increased agricultural production, and protect land for agricultural development
- how the Audit can be used by local government to help make informed decisions about agriculture
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The Audit provides information for local government to support the long-term viability of agriculture by enabling increased production.
Local government can access a variety of information in the Audit including socio-economic data, overlapping land uses, infrastructure and other opportunities and constraints for agricultural development.
This information can be used to enable local government to better identify and plan for agriculture as part of both statutory and non-statutory settings.