Enrol or update your enrolment
Voting is compulsory for all Queenslanders over the age of 18. If you don’t vote, you may receive a fine.
The Queensland electoral roll is maintained by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC).
Check your enrolment or enrol
Check your enrolment, enrol to vote or update your details on the Australian Electoral Commission website.
- no fixed address
- overseas electors
- special postal voters
- people with privacy concerns.
Once you've enrolled, your name and address will be added to the electoral roll.
A copy of the Queensland electoral roll is available for public inspection at the Electoral Commission Queensland office. The AEC can arrange access to the Commonwealth electoral roll.
It's compulsory to enrol and vote in council, state and federal government elections if you:
- are an Australian citizen or eligible British subject;
- are aged 18 years or over; and
- have lived at your address for at least one month.
Additionally, 16 and 17 year old’s may enrol provisionally. Once provisionally enrolled, they'll receive a full voting entitlement on their 18th birthday.
If you believe someone should be removed from the electoral roll, please fill in this form.
Current enrolment figures
View the current enrolment figures which are updated monthly.
The forms below can be printed and returned via post, email or in person to the AEC.
|Download enrolment forms|
|Enrolment form PDF (0.2 MB)||Enrol to vote in federal, state and local elections including by-elections and referendums.|
|No fixed address PDF (0.19 MB)||Enrolment for persons with no fixed address or permanent house.|
|Overseas notification form PDF (0.55 MB)||Voters travelling overseas indefinitely that wish to be removed from the electoral roll. Or those travelling temporarily that are unable to vote.|
|Enrolment for persons unable to sign PDF (0.2 MB)||Enrolment for persons who are unable to sign their name due to physical incapacity.|
|Prisoner PDF (0.35 MB)||For prisoners on remand and not yet sentenced to full-time imprisonment or in periodic detention.|
|Silent elector PDF (0.22 MB)||Enrol as a silent elector if you believe having your address listed publicly on the electoral roll could endanger your personal safety or the safety of your family.|
|Notification of deceased relative||If your relative has passed away, complete this online form to remove their name from the electoral roll.|
|Objection claim that an elector should not be enrolled PDF (0.65 MB)||If you believe someone is ineligible to vote (see 'objection reasons' on the form), you can request the person be removed from the electoral roll.|