The Queensland Parliament operates in accordance with any public health directives and directives issued by the Speaker.

 

Parliamentary Precinct, Brisbane City

The Queensland Parliament is currently operating in accordance with the Covid Safe Plan.

In summary:

  • No person can enter the parliamentary precinct unless they are fully vaccinated or exempt. This does not apply to young people under the age of 16.
  • All visitors are required to check-in and prove their vaccination status via the ‘Check-in Queensland’ app or other accepted means.
  • Persons exempt from vaccination are required to wear a mask and cannot visit any food or beverage service on the precinct.
 

Members’ Electorate Offices

The Parliamentary Service provides Members and staff with office accommodation across 97 locations through Queensland.

Members’ electorate offices currently operate in accordance with the Speaker's directive.

In summary:

  • No person can enter the secured area of an electorate office unless they are fully vaccinated or exempt. Note: the secured area of an electorate office excludes a reception area that is separated from the main office where the public can enter without passing through secured doors. The secured area of an electorate office generally includes: meeting rooms, offices, open plan offices, storage areas, utility rooms etc.
  • This does not apply to young people under the age of 16.
  • All visitors are required to check-in and prove their vaccination status via the ‘Check-in Queensland’ app or other accepted means.