Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils
The Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (FNQROC) was established in the 1980s and represents 13 member Councils from Hinchinbrook, north to Cook and west to Carpentaria in Far North Queensland. This area covers 1,235 km of the eastern seaboard with a land area of 319,063 sq km and a population of approximately 273,000. Gross regional product is $14,850 million.
FNQROC is currently the largest ROC in Queensland by way of council membership. Our role is to foster cooperation and resource sharing between Councils and effectively advocate regional positions and priorities. In doing this we also work closely with regional partners and stakeholders.
FNQROC - Strategic Plan 2017 -2021
- Strategic Economic Priorities
- FNQROC Strategic Regional Opportunities to advance FNQROC Strategic Goals - September 2017