BJCC secured funding for the project from the Queensland Government's Get Playing Places and Spaces initiative, with support coming from Queensland Cricket and Cricket Australia.
Three new full-sized synthetic nets and associated lighting were built at Megavallis Sports Complex in Biloela as part of the project.
The development of BJCC's facilities comes a few days after Queensland Cricket announced a 10 year state-wide Infrastructure Strategy, aimed at improving facilities for grassroots cricket across Queensland.
As part of the Queensland Cricket Infrastructure Strategy, clubs and associations can apply for facilities funding via the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund.
Queensland Cricket congratulates the BJCC for their proactive work in the development of the club's new facilities.