Service Delivery Statement
Service Delivery Statements (Budget Paper 5) are published annually and provide budgeted financial and non-financial information for our department for the budget year.
Service Delivery Statements are a primary source of information for hearings of the parliamentary estimates committees.
- 2021-22 Service Delivery Statements
- 2020-21 Service Delivery Statements
- 2019-20 Service Delivery Statements
- 2018–19 Service Delivery Statements
- 2021–25 Strategic Plan
- 2020–24 Strategic Plan (amended January 2021)
- 2020–24 Strategic Plan
- 2019–23 Strategic Plan
- 2018–22 Strategic Plan
Disability Service Plan
The annual report details the financial and non-financial performance of the department, and highlights its strategic initiatives, work and achievements.
The Department of Environment and Science was formed in December 2017 and brought together the functions of three former agencies (Department of Environment and Heritage Protection; Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing; Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation) as well as the entities Art Queensland and Corporate Administration Agency (CAA).
View previous annual reports.
Queensland Multicultural Policy and Multicultural Action Plan
- Department of Environment and Science: 2019-20 Annual Report: Queensland Multicultural Policy and Multicultural Action Plan
- State Library of Queensland: 2019-20 Annual Report: Queensland Multicultural Policy and Multicultural Action Plan
The Gurra Gurra Framework 2020-2026
The Department of Environment and Science is committed to working in genuine partnership with Queensland’s First Nations peoples to achieve stronger outcomes for community and for all people.
The Gurra Gurra Framework 2020–2026 contains ten initiatives that will support the department to reframe relationships with First Nations peoples by holding Country and people at the centre of all that we do—from policy and program development, through to service delivery.
Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan
In accordance with the Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011, each Queensland Government department is required to have a strategic plan in place for dealing with the waste it generates by carrying out its activities. The plan outlines activities that will either reduce the amount and impact of departmental waste generated, or improve the way in which the department manages unavoidable waste.