An independent statutory body responsible for protecting the rights of vulnerable adults with impaired decision making capacity and children and young people in Queensland’s child protection system.
Established on 1 July 2014 by the Public Guardian Act 2014, the Public Guardian has all the functions and powers of the former Adult Guardian, along with the advocacy and visiting functions of the Commission for Children, Young People and Child Guardian (CCYPCG)
While independent of the government of the day, the Public Guardian is accountable to the people of Queensland by reporting to Parliament through the Minister for Justice and Attorney-General.
General enquiries should be made through the Brisbane office.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org