Queensland State Budget address

Queensland State Budget address

QLD
Dec 8
CEDA welcomes Queensland Treasurer, the Hon. Cameron Dick to deliver the annual State Budget address to share his insights into the 2020-21 Budget and detail Queensland’s forward economic recovery strategy. 

Speakers

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP, Queensland Treasurer, Minister for Investment

Event overview

As Queensland Government’s first budget since re-election and the global pandemic this year’s State Budget will clarify the: 

  • State’s current financial position and performance; 
  • Government’s priorities and key investments; and 
  • forecasts for Queensland’s economic recovery from the global pandemic. 
Join CEDA’s senior audience from across sectors and across the state to hear directly from the Treasurer with strategies to progress economic recovery, social development and shape the future of Queensland.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP
Queensland Treasurer, Minister for Investment

The Treasurer has previously served as Attorney-General, Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for Education, Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, Minister for State Development, and Minister for Manufacturing. As Treasurer Cameron is responsible for driving economic growth and job creation across the state.

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