Other Queensland industries
Queensland's pristine coastal waters, vast outback and natural resources support a range of key industries such as agriculture, mining and tourism. These natural resources also support other valuable Queensland industries that contribute to the economy.
Below are links to information on selected industries in Queensland.
Australia's exotic skins and leather products are exported to markets including the United States, China, Japan, France and Italy. Camel, crocodile, emu and goat skins and leathers are used to produce clothing, footwear, accessories and luggage.
Renewable and alternative fuels
Queensland's alternative and renewable fuels sector is an emerging industry. The major alternative fuels in Queensland are liquefied petroleum gas, ethanol and biodiesel. Queensland is well placed to grow its alternative and renewable fuels industry by building on long-established and successful industries in agriculture and mining. Find out about more about the renewable energy industry in Queensland.
- Last updated
- 15 March 2013
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