A listing of Queensland Government departments and agencies with links to information about their roles, key people, structure, contact details and the Ministers relating to them.
Find contact details and the responsibilities of government ministers and assistant ministers.
Premier and Cabinet
Provides support and advice for the Premier and Cabinet and leads the public sector in delivering the government’s priorities.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships
Supports the economic and social participation of culturally diverse communities across Queensland and provides whole-of-government leadership, coordination and monitoring in policy, program and service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders.
Agriculture and Fisheries
Responsible for the agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries, including the provision of agricultural research, development and extension for the management of biological, animal welfare and product integrity risks.
Child Safety, Youth and Women
Responsible for adoption, child protective services, women's policy, youth affairs and justice, and domestic and family violence.
Communities, Disability Services and Seniors
Works to strengthen connections between individuals, families and communities by providing and investing in quality human services.
Responsible for the provision of corporate and executive services to Queensland corrective services.
Delivers world-class education services to ensure Queensland’s education systems are aligned to the state’s employment, skills and economic priorities.
Employment, Small Business and Training
Responsible for employment, vocational education and training, skills and workforce development, small business advocacy and resilience.
Environment and Science
Responsible for environmental planning and protection policy, pollution and waste management, marine and national parks management, science strategy, and arts policy and programs.
Fire and Emergency Services
Responsible for the fire and rescue service, and disaster management.
Provides leadership and direction for the health sector, and creates an environment that encourages innovation and improvement in the delivery of health services.
Housing and Public Works
Delivers a range of housing, building and procurement services for Queenslanders and encourages active lifestyles by providing recreational and sporting opportunities, and drives the government's priorities in technology, intellectual property and service delivery.
Justice and Attorney-General
Responsible for administering justice in Queensland and delivers services to ensure safe, fair and productive work environments which contribute to the social and economic wellbeing of Queenslanders.
Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs
Responsible for local government, multicultural affairs, and racing.
Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
Enables the productive and responsible use of Queensland’s natural resources—water, land, mineral and energy resources—and provides a modernised natural resources business that will power-up regional Queensland.
Responsible for the police service and Queensland Government Air Services.
Public Service Commission
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is an independent central agency of government with key responsibilities for workforce policy, strategy, leadership and organisational performance across the Queensland public sector.
Regional Development and Manufacturing
Responsible for regional development and manufacturing.
State Development, Tourism and Innovation
Responsible for state development, economic development, tourism development and promotion, major events, innovation policy, strategy and programs, and the Cross River Rail Project.
Transport and Main Roads
Works to implement the planning, management and deliverance of Queensland’s integrated transport environment in order to achieve sustainable transport solutions for road, rail, air and sea.
Responsible for providing economic and financial advice to the government, as well as services to the community, to enhance the state’s financial position and economic performance, urban growth, infrastructure prioritisation, and land use planning.
Responsible for youth justice to protect the community from offending while upholding the rights of children, keeping them safe and promoting their well-being.