Liberal National Party members want more wild river protections to be wound back.
Office holders will vote on whether to forward the policy to the LNP government, along with 27 other proposals, at the party's state council meeting in Toowoomba this weekend.
The resolution calls for wild river declarations of the Gregory and Staaten catchments, in the gulf, be rescinded.
Plans are already underway to revoke six other declarations across northern and western Queensland, with new protections to be offered under regional plans.
Other resolutions include increasing sentences by up to 100 per cent where alcohol and drugs were a contributing factor to the crime.
The Queensland Core Skills test should be aborted from 2014, and soon-to-be mothers should receive more support via social media and phone calls to decrease anxiety and depression.
There are a number of recommendations to reduce the cost of living, which was one of the LNP's election pledges.
Land rental on leasehold land should be frozen while a review to overhaul the system is undertaken, and solar feed in tariffs for any new customers should be immediately removed.
The existing solar feed in tariff scheme alone is now forecast to cost on average each customer, in 2015/16, around $276 per year.
Premier Campbell Newman and LNP president Bruce McIver will speak at the event on Saturday, and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss will address the crowd on Sunday.