Queensland Legislation

Queensland legislation is law enacted by the Queensland Parliament.

Other terms used to describe Queensland legislation are Acts of Parliament and statutes.

Under the current administrative arrangements order the Minister for Education is responsible for the following Acts as they relate to the Department of Education and Training:

Under the current administrative arrangements order the Minister for Training and Skills is responsible for the following Acts as they relate to the Department of Education and Training:

 The following legislation has been repealed:

1 January 2014

  • Child Care Act 2002

1 July 2014

  • Education (Queensland Studies Authority) Act 2002
  • Higher Education (General Provisions) Act 2008

Repealed legislation can be accessed at the Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel.

A complete list of legislation administered by, or relevant to governance of the department is available as part of the Legislative Compliance procedure.