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Right to Information

What is the Right to Information?

The Right to Information is the Queensland Government's approach to giving the community greater access to information.

The Queensland Government has made a commitment to provide access to information held by the government, unless on balance it is contrary to the public interest to provide that information.

New legislation replacing the Freedom of Information Act 1992 came into effect on 1 July 2009, namely the:

For more in depth information about Right to Information, please visit the Queensland Government 'Right to Information' website.

How do I access information?

Information about QRIDA can be accessed from the following:

  • Published information
    QRIDA is committed to releasing as much information as possible. Please view our publication scheme to access more information about our organisation.
  • Disclosure log (information released)
  • Right to Information request
    If the information you are looking for is not available through the information contained above, you are able to lodge an application to access records.
  • Contacting QRIDA
    For further information about obtaining information about the organisation, please contact us on Freecall 1800 623 946.

Note - from 1 July 2009, the Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation has been replaced by the Right to Information Act 2009. The Right to Information will apply for applications received after 1 July 2009.

Last updated
6 December 2018