Stock routes - Queensland

Queensland's stock route network (SRN) provides pastoralists with a means of moving stock 'on the hoof' around the state's main pastoral districts, as an alternative to trucking and other contemporary transport methods. Approximately 72 000 kilometres (2.6 million hectares) of Queensland's road network is declared as stock route. These routes, together with reserves for travelling stock, make up the Queensland SRN. The Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 (Land Protection Act) regulates the use of the SRN.

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Author Queensland Government Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
Maintainer Queensland Government Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
Last Updated November 3, 2022, 01:51 (UTC)
Created September 11, 2022, 07:18 (UTC)
Access is Public Yes
Data Priority Location - capacity - constraints and condition of transport assets;
Data type Category Dataset
Geographic Scope State (QLD)
Release Date 30 Jul 2018
Temporal Coverage 30 Jul 2018
Update Frequency Other / ad-hoc