A lot of Flindersia are popularly known for their timber - Qld Maple (Flindersia brayleyana), Aus Teak (F. australis) etc and they invariably occur in the rainforest. Online, it's pretty hard to find info on species from the western side of the ranges.
From your pics, the compund leaf with a terminal leaflet and winged rachis or central stalk, the flowers and bark all look like the genus Flindersia to me.
The give away is the seed pod which is very distinctive and similar amongst the genus. Do a quick search for a pic and you'll find plenty of images.
I'm not sure about the actual species - maybe it's the Scrub Leopardwood (F. dissosperma) or the Leopardwood (F. maculosa) which occur in drier parts and look similar to your pics.
If you really want to know, your best bet is to contact the Qld Herbarium. They will do a free ID for you. I can't seem post the link here but if you google "Queensland Herbarium Botanical Services" you'll get the link to their details.