Economic activity Queensland state accounts
The Queensland state accounts are produced quarterly by Queensland Treasury. They provide a measure of the various components of the Queensland economy and comparisons with the performance of the rest of Australia.
Consistent with the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Queensland Treasury has suspended the publication of the trend series for the QSA since the March quarter 2020 edition. Ongoing volatility in seasonal factors and in components of the QSA has resulted in the need for a further review of the methodology used to develop quarterly QSA estimates. Consequently, the publication of the QSA has been suspended until further review.
Gross state product at factor cost by industry and main components, Queensland, 1989–90 to 2022–23 (table)
This table provides an industry division breakdown of gross state product at factor cost by main component for Queensland.
The content in past releases may contain data for historical periods that have been revised in the latest release. For this reason, data should always be accessed from the latest release. Past releases are provided for reference purposes only.
Economic growth, Queensland, Rest of Australia and Australia, 1986–87 to 2019–20 (table)
Financial year economic growth, Queensland, Rest of Australia and Australia.
Queensland state accounts (table)
Estimates of Queensland gross state product (GSP) components, quarterly and annual, trend, seasonally adjusted and original, chain volume measures and current prices.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19 on the trending process, the trend series for Queensland State Accounts has been suspended, consistent with the ABS. The trend series will be reinstated at a later date.
Queensland state accounts – overview (report)
This release provides an overview of the methodology and data used to compile the quarterly Queensland state accounts produced by Queensland Treasury.
See Queensland state accounts (Excel format) on this page for the current data tables.
Experimental estimates of Gross Regional Product (report)
Estimates of GRP examine growth in the components of the regional economies of Queensland. The comparison of these estimates across time shows structural change. The estimates are indicative of the relative contributions of regions to the state and the relative contributions of industries to each region’s economy. The main purpose of producing GRP estimates is to account for the diversity in the structure and performance across the regions of Queensland.