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The Queensland Opposition has released new concept images for its $15 billion New Bradfield Scheme proposal.

LNP leader Deb Frecklington said backing such visionary projects was now more important than ever to build a stronger economy.

“These are never before seen concepts of the LNP’s New Bradfield Scheme,” she said.

“We are laying the groundwork for this project from Opposition so an LNP Government can fast-track this project and deliver a decade of secure jobs.”

“These are never before seen concepts of the LNP’s New Bradfield Scheme,” she said.

“We are laying the groundwork for this project from Opposition so an LNP Government can fast-track this project and deliver a decade of secure jobs.”

The existing Hells Gates Dam proposal, subject to a detailed business case by Townsville Enterprise, is seen as a starting point for the New Bradfield Scheme.

The Hells Gates Dam proposal is to dam the Upper Burdekin north of Charters Towers, providing long-term water security for Townsville and supplying water to a 50,000ha irrigated agriculture scheme.

The proposal includes the Big Rocks Weir for longterm water security for Charters Towers Regional Council.

Under the New Bradfield Scheme, the height of the Hells Gates Dam would be almost doubled to over 120m, drawing water from the South Johnstone, Tully, Herbert and Burdekin rivers into a lake potentially twice the size of the Burdekin Falls Dam.

The LNP says the project wouldcreate tens of thousands of jobs, generate 2,000 megawatts of hydroelectricity and irrigate an area of land larger than Tasmania.

The New Bradfield Scheme has been developed by Sir Leo Hielscher and Sir Frank Moore and was inspired by the drought-relief scheme proposed by Queensland engineer John Bradfield in 1938.

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