Land resources compliance
Queensland’s land and vegetation resources are vital for our economic, social, environmental, and cultural wellbeing and we all share responsibility for using them fairly and sustainably.
Regulating these natural resources involves working closely with our customers, stakeholders and community to achieve sustainable economic prosperity while also helping to protect our environment.
- Manage state land for the benefit of all Queenslanders, ensuring it is appropriately used and environmental and cultural values are considered and protected.
- Manage native vegetation to achieve sustainable outcomes for land use and the environment.
Find out more about our compliance activities in our Department of Resources compliance plan 2021-22 (PDF, 260.4KB).
The department administers a number of Acts and regulations, including:
- Aboriginal Land Act 1991
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Holding Act 2013
- Land Act 1994
- Native Title (Queensland) Act 1993
- Planning Act 2016
- Regional Planning Interests Act 2014
- Soil Conservation Act 1986
- Stock Route Management Act 2002
- Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003
- Torres Strait Islander Land Act 1991
- Vegetation Management Act 1999
- Natural resources investment program
- State land
- Stock routes
- Vegetation management compliance
- State Valuation Service
Last reviewed 29 August 2022