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The Torres Strait Regional Authority: housing and environmental health: transport infrastructure development sub-program

 

Overview

The Housing and environmental health: transport infrastructure development sub-program involves the upgrade of roads, airstrips and marine facilities on remote island communities in the Torres Strait region for enhanced access and transport safety. This will improve health, economic and social outcomes for the island communities participating.

Projects include:

Contacts

The Torres Strait Regional Authority
Level 1
Torres Strait Haus
46 Victoria Parade
Thursday Island Qld 4875
PO Box 261
Thursday Island Qld 4875
Ph: (07) 4069 0700
Toll free: 1800 079 093
Fax: (07) 4069 1879
Email: info@tsra.gov.au

Related publications

Torres Strait Regional Authority (2009)

Torres Strait development plan 2009-2013.

Thursday Island, Queensland: Torres Strait Regional Authority

Torres Strait Regional Authority (2010)

Torres Strait major infrastructure program [video].

: Torres Strait Regional Authority

The Major infrastructure program delivers important infrastructure to the Torres Strait islands, including clean drinking water supplies, reticulated sewerage systems, and serviced sub-divisions. It is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments and managed jointly by the government funders, the Torres Strait Regional Authority, Islands Coordinating Council and Torres Strait community councils.

The short video provides a snapshot of project outcomes, project governance and major features of the project, suitable for a broad range of audiences.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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Last updated: 22 May 2012
 
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