Denise Johnston, of the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure, and Planning, said that it was a launch site for private or public land.
"If industry was willing to build its own launch facility then that would."
Australia's first commercial space center was being planned in the Northern Territory, but Ms. Johnston said there could So, there are benefits in having a launch site in Queensland, which has the benefit of being near the equator.
There are different orbits to which space vehicles can be launched
"Given that we [Queensland] are on the east coast and Northern Territory is obviously in a different geographic position, it would be the oppo
However, the project never took off as it ran into financial trouble and the Aboriginal land rights movement grew.
Last year, Ms Palaszczuk said the land had been formally returned to its traditional owners . with land title deeds for 160,730 hectares of Cape York land, known as Bromley, transferred to the Wuthathi, Kuuku Ya'u and Northern Kaanju people.
When the Bjelke-Petersen government announced plans in 1986, they did not bother
Felicity Caldwell is a state political reporter at the Brisbane Times.
"It was wrong, and today my government has returned to Bromley as its rightful owners."
Felicity Caldwell is a state political reporter at the Brisbane Times