Our media teams only assist with enquiries from media professionals and journalists from recognised media outlets.
If you are not a media representative, contact the Department of Justice and Attorney-General by calling 13 QGOV (13 74 68) or contact the service area your query is about. Non-media enquiries will be directed to the relevant service area.
General media contacts
If your media enquiry relates to:
- the justice system, including courts and public prosecutions
- community justice services, including Blue Card Services, Dispute Resolution Branch, Justices of the Peace, Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management, or Victim Assist Queensland
- women’s safety and violence prevention, including domestic and family violence and sexual violence
For routine media enquiries about court appearance dates and outcomes contact the court registry where the matter is listed.
For more information about reporting on sexual violence and domestic and family violence, view the department’s media guides below.
Supreme, District or Land Courts media contacts
For media enquiries about the Supreme Court, District Court (including the Planning and Environment Court) and Land Court contact MediaSDC@justice.qld.gov.au.
Liquor, Gaming and Fair Trading media contacts
If your media enquiry relates to fair trading, liquor and gaming licensing and compliance (investigations and prosecutions), or ID scanning at licensed premises, phone (07) 3738 8555 or 0429 360 153 to speak to a media officer, or email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also read statistics for gaming machine and general gaming and liquor licensing.
The following media guides have been developed to assist the media industry when reporting on matters involving domestic and family violence or sexual violence in Queensland.
Domestic and family violence media guide
The media can refer to the Domestic and family violence media guide when reporting on incidents in Queensland.
Sexual violence media guide
The Sexual violence media guide is for Queensland journalists and media organisations to assist with appropriate and evidence-based reporting on sexual violence.