Forms and Fees
Our fees and charges increase on 1 July each year. On 1 July 2023 our fees and charges were increased by 3.4% in line with Government’s indexation policy.
From 1 July 2022 fees are stated in fee regulations as fee units and not in dollars.
As at 1 July 2023, the value of a fee unit for court fees is $1.060 (see s2 of the Acts Interpretation (Fee Unit) Regulation 2022 and s48B of the Acts Interpretation Act 1954). Please note the rounding rules that apply under s48C of the Acts Interpretation Act 1954.
You can contact us to find out details about specific fees, charges or prices.
When seeking access to coronial investigation documents, the fees below may apply:
First copy: $3.15 per page*
Maximum cost (first copy): $81.35 maximum
Additional copy: $0.70 per page
Maximum cost (additional copy): $32.45 maximum
*This fee may be waived if:
- you hold a health care card or pensioner concession card issued under the Social Security Act 1991
- you hold a pensioner concession card issued by the Commonwealth Department of Veteran’s Affairs
- you are a family member (see Schedule 2 of Coroners Act 2003 for definition of family member).
If you are seeking a fee waiver, enclose a copy of the health/pensioner concession card with your application.
If you need to pay any fees, we’ll tell you before releasing the documents.
Please note the fees increase on 1 July each year.
You can pay fees by:
- cheque or money order, made payable to the 'Department of Justice and Attorney-General’ by mail to the Coroners Court of Queensland, GPO Box 1649, Brisbane Qld 4001.
QTranscripts is the online platform for requesting, tracking and receiving audio or transcripts of court proceedings. For more information download a copy of the QTranscripts flyer (PDF, 2.0 MB).
When you visit QTranscripts for the first time, it will ask you to login with either your myGovID or QGov account where you will need to prove your ‘digital identity'.
If you do not have a myGovID, find out more information and set one up at myGovID.
Please note, if you have multiple QGov accounts, you can also choose to link these accounts.
QTranscripts is a web-based platform that is secure and easy to use. If you require further information or FAQs, visit the QTranscripts Support Library.
When you visit QTranscripts for the first time, it will ask you to login with either your myGovID or QGov account where you will need to prove your ‘digital identity’.
Step. 1 Go to qtranscripts.justice.qld.gov.au
Step. 2 Select Public Login.
Step. 3 Login with your myGovID or QGov account.
Step. 4 If you do not have a myGovID or QGov account, you will be prompted to create one. Follow the prompts to establish your myGovID or QGov account.
Step. 5 Follow the prompts in QTranscripts to request your product.
See QGov FAQs for more information.