Agriculture Minister Mark Furner has accepted the recommendations of Local Drought Committees to revoke the drought status of two regions in Northern Queensland.
They are part of the Flinders Shire north of the Flinders Highway and part of the Charters Towers Regional Council south of the Flinders Hwy and east of the Gregory Development Rd effective from June 1.
"There are now 32 drought-declared local government areas, four partially-declared local government areas, and 40 Individually Droughted Properties in a further nine local government areas," Mr Furner said.
The total area of Queensland drought-declared is 65 per cent.
Mr Furner said the impact of the 2019 rainfall events across the north and west was mixed.
"While some areas recorded extreme rainfall figures and suffered subsequent flooding, other areas recorded useful rainfall amounts with limited damage, while some areas didn't receive any useful rain," he said.