Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will head further into Queensland's outback to visit projects aimed at boosting the region's water security as she continues in her push to win back the bush.
Ms Palaszczuk on Tuesday visited Roma and Miles, months after she came under fire for neglecting the state’s west during the November election campaign.
She opted to campaign in Labor heartland in southeast and central Queensland over western electorates, but has been quick to make up time on her first regional trip since being returned to office.
The Premier and Agricultural Development Minister Mark Furner are expected to visit water infrastructure projects near Longreach and inspect newly constructed wild dog fencing before returning to Brisbane on Wednesday.
It comes as the re-elected Labor government prepares to reintroduce to parliament harsher vegetation management laws that are deeply unpopular among farmers.
The proposed legislation, which would make it harder for producers to clear land, was voted down by the Liberal National Party and crossbench when Labor first introduced it last year.