COVID-19 update on VRBQ Operations

To support the ongoing efforts to minimise the spread of COVID-19, the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland will close its physical office and staff will work from home as required. Our normal support and services will always be available via email and the normal office phone line 07 3221 3892, so please do not hesitate to contact us if we can assist you in any way. The Board recognises the impact that COVID-19 is having on valuers and their families, and the high levels of uncertainty in the market. For those that they may experiencing financial hardship and wish to discuss their options regarding renewing their valuer registration, please contact Ian McEwan, Secretary to the Board, to discuss. On behalf of the Board and staff, please follow the government advice and stay safe.

COVID-19 Alert: Read this important notice on the Board's expectations with undertaking valuations in regards to COVID-19 and the restrictions and directions imposed by commonwealth and state governments.

To work as a valuer in Queensland you need to apply for and be registered with the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland. The Board recognises certain undergraduate and post-graduate educational qualifications.

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About the Board

The Valuers Registration Board of Queensland (the Board) is Queensland’s property valuation regulator. Established in 1965 to increase the standards of valuation work and to provide a measure of protection in the public interest, the Board is responsible for the administration of the Valuers Registration Act 1992 (the Act) and the Valuers Registration Regulation 2013.

The Board is a self-funded statutory body who reports to the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and has an administrative relationship with its portfolio agency, the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy.

The Act establishes the Board and provides for the registration and discipline of registered valuers in Queensland.

The main objectives of the Act are to:

  • protect the public by ensuring that a person registered under the Act is competent to value land in Queensland
  • maintain public confidence in the standard of services provided by registered valuers
  • impose obligations on persons about the practice of land valuation and their professional conduct
  • manage complaints and disciplinary matters concerning valuers.

The vision of the Board is to foster professional excellence in Queensland registered valuers.