Pool Safety Regulations

in Queensland

Pools in Queensland must be registered on the Queensland Government’s pool safety register. The pool safety register is just one part of a range of initiatives that will help protect young people from drowning unnecessarily.

The new pool safety laws were introduced in 2009 and aim to reduce the incidences of drowning and serious immersion injuries of young children in swimming pools. The laws affect new and existing pools.

You can register your property’s pool online! For more information go to QLD Government Dept of Housing and Public Work Website.

Pool Fences & Safety Barriers

Maintenance of pool fences and safety barriers is essential to reduce the number of drowning’s and injuries of young children in swimming pools. Pool owners are responsible for ensuring pool barriers are maintained and damaged fencing or barriers are fixed immediately.

To Search for a property’s pool safety certificate, register your pool or spa, view the Guideline for pool owners and property agents go to QLD Government Dept of Housing and Public Work Website.

Pool Safety Inspections

Pool safety certificates are required when selling or leasing a property with a pool. Pool safety certificates must be obtained from a licensed pool safety inspector.
For for more information go to QLD Government Dept of Housing and Public Work Website.