Queensland's premier says a long-term plan for the state will create jobs and improve the health of residents.
The government will release its 30-year vision for Queensland on Thursday, more than a year after first flagging the project.
About 70,000 residents were surveyed and summits held in Mackay and Brisbane last year.
The draft version released last December outlined an ambitious plan to shift Queenslanders to the regions, narrow the wealth gap and prevent disease, among other goals.
Premier Campbell Newman says the document will set the state apart from the rest of the nation.
"There are very specific targets that are bold, are exciting, that speak to the real vision for the state for the next 30 years in areas like health, education, the growing of the regions and the economy," he said in a recorded statement.
The premier will launch the Queensland Plan at a Local Government Association of Queensland conference at Hervey Bay on Thursday.