Friday 19th August 6.00pm —11.30pm

Brisbane Workers Community Centre

2 Given Tce, Paddington


Opening Address

BIG IDEAS Panel recorded live by the ABC. Convened by Paul Barclay

‘Rental Affordability and Rental Housing Issues’

Guest Speaker

Party – Entertainment, finger food, soup, drinks and music

Cost of entry:   $30.00 waged     $10.00 unwaged

Bookings are essential as places are limited


Phone (07) 3832 9447 or 

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Parking is available corner of Herbert and Central Streets, Paddington



clip-art-moving-352630 (1)We are currently moving into our new office at:

Level 1, 87 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill 4000

Our administration phone number remains the same:  3832 9447

Our telephone advice number is still the same:  1300 744263

The Statewide QSTARS tenancy advice service will be operating as usual over the coming days, however, there may be disruption to the service when our phones are transferred on Tuesday (June 14)  afternoon.  We apologise for this disruption and if you are able to put off your call until Wednesday we would appreciate your cooperation.

(If you are outside Queensland or cannot dial a 1300 number Phone  07 3832 9403)

Changes to tenancy laws regarding the listing of tenants on a residential tenancy database are set to take effect on July 1.  Today Housing Minister De Brenni released a press statement announcing the commencement date for the legislative variations.

Key changes include:

  • lessors/agents must advise prospective tenants of the databases they use, the reason for which they use them, and how the database operators can be contacted
  • lessors/agents must advise prospective tenants that they are listed on a tenancy database and in particular, advise them of the person that listed them and how they can challenge the listing
  • a tenant must not be listed for more than 3 years

Not all changes take immediate affect on July 1, with the new legislation setting out how the changes will be phased in over six months.