Stay a decision
From 1 July 2016 it is easy to apply to stay a decision of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission while they conduct an internal review.
QCAT fee updates from 1 July 2016
Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal fees changed on 1 July 2016 as legislated in the Justice Legislation (Fees) Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2016. Access the updated application fees and administrative fees. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Why not wifi?
Did you know QCAT clients and their representatives can access Queensland Courts’ wifi network? To do so, you can apply for an account at any court or tribunal. Once approved, you will be sent a username and password for wifi access in courts and tribunals across Queensland. For more information, see Queensland Courts’ website or contact QCAT.
QCAT rule amendments commenced 4 April 2016
Amendments to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Rules 2009 commenced on 4 April 2016. They affect minor debt applications, e-filing and cost assessors.
Supporting vulnerable adults at QCAT
Do you know the difference between a guardian and an administrator? Find out in this video produced with Carers Queensland.
Don't get burned - be aware of QCAT mobile messages
If a mobile phone number is provided, QCAT can send text messages to parties in the following, and only the following, circumstances:
- Minor Civil Dispute – Residential Tenancy (non-urgent): confirmation the tribunal has received the Minor Civil Dispute – Residential Tenancy form with confirmation of the case number.
- Mediation: a reminder is sent to all parties who have a tribunal mediation session in Brisbane.
Please contact us with any queries.
How do I get to QCAT in Brisbane?
Access our contact us page for information on how to get to QCAT's Brisbane location by public transport or car. There is also information on disability parking. For regional areas, please contact your local Magistrates Court.
Getting legal advice
We can tell you where to get legal advice about your case.