Project

Toowoomba Hospital Redevelopment

PROJECT STATUS
Prospective
Toowoomba Hospital Redevelopment

The Queensland Government's 2017-18 Budget allocated $3 million for detailed planning of the redevelopment of Toowoomba Hospital, located 100km west of Brisbane. 

In September 2018, the Queensland Government announced the Baillie Henderson site as the preferred site on which a new Toowoomba hospital will be built. The preferred site on Cranley Street is 6.5km north of the existing hospital. 

In June 2020, the master plans for the project were revealed, outlining the timeline of the redevelopment, hospital designs and technology advancements. The proposed hospital design will include:

  • a cancer care centre
  • acute mental health building, and 
  • dedicated spaces for automated guided vehicles to deliver goods around the hospital. 

There is also provision for research, education, commercial and community spaces and services in the plans.

Following the release of the master plans, the detailed business case was put forward for assessment by Darling Downs Health and Building Queensland. This is expected to be completed in late-2020. 

Key Dates

Jun 2017 Project Announcement

Funding contributions

Queensland Government

PROJECT HISTORY

2016 Preliminary business case prepared
Jun 2017 The QLD Government announce the redevelopment of the hospital
Dec 2017 Building Queensland (BQ) added the project to its Infrastructure Pipeline Report, which put the estimated cost of the hospital redevelopment between $450-750 million.
Sep 2018 The Queensland Government announced the Baillie Henderson site as the preferred site
Jun 2020 Master plans released
Estimated Total Cost
(2018)
Sector
Social
Procurement approach
Unconfirmed |
Location
Queensland |
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