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Energy & Resources Expo

The 2019 South Queensland Energy & Resources Expo

Trade Exhibition

Comprehensive Trade and Industry Exposition

Enterprise Evening

Toowoomba & Surat Basin Enterprise Industry Function

South Queensland Energy and Resources Expo

16th – 17th October 2019

Toowoomba Showgrounds, Toowoomba, Queensland, 4350

The South Queensland Energy & Resources Expo is a meeting place for all businesses with an interest in the developments and growth happening across Southern Queensland. From renewable energy, gas and mining through to infrastructure, engineering, construction and transport, this event aims to connect companies with the diverse opportunities happening within the region.

Attend the exhibition as a delegate to access suppliers, products, services, and information sessions from our industry experts, plus attend the TSBE evening function to network with local businesses and hear from industry leaders. 

Apply for your exhibition site today and place your company in front of the many industry delegates that will attend. Showcase your company and gain maximum benefit from the unfolding opportunities and investment happening within Southern Queensland.

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INFRASTRUCTURE

Construction, transport & logistics

MINING & RESOURCES

Gas, coal, safety & training

ENGINEERING

Technology & innovation

SUSTAINABILITY

Renewable energy & environment

Paul Antonio, Toowoomba Mayor

As Mayor of Toowoomba Region, I welcome you to one of the economic powerhouses of Australia.

Our region’s strength is in our people, our natural assets and our natural advantages.

We have been fortunate to secure unprecedented investment into the region that is delivering tangible lifestyle and employment benefits to the community. Our diverse economy, low unemployment rate, continued economic growth and business confidence are the envy of other regional economies across Australia.

Last year the Gross Regional Product for Toowoomba Region increased to $10.81 billion having grown by 4.5% in the last 12 months. This success has not come by accident , and neither is its continuation assured. Success will require the coordinated effort of many regional economic development stakeholders. The delegates to the 2019 South Queensland Energy and Resources Expo will undoubtedly play an important role in our future prosperity.

Paul Antonio, Mayor
Toowoomba Regional Council

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