GSQ Lodgement Portal
New reporting requirements and confidentiality periods
New reporting practice directions and data submission templates are available. Read more about the new reporting requirements and implementation timelines.
- To help authority holders transition to the new reporting system, there is a reporting 'grace period' from 1 October 2020 until 30 June 2021.
- Effective from 1 October 2020, the confidentiality period for minerals and coal exploration reports is 5 years from the date of first lodgement.
The GSQ Lodgement Portal lets you submit statutory reports and notices.
The portal replaces QDEX Reports and is managed by the Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ).
Register to use the portal
To use the GSQ Lodgement Portal, you must have a Queensland Government (QGov) My Account.
This account provides access to a range of government online services using a single log in.
If you were previously registered with QDEX Reports you will need to use an existing QGov account or set one up through the QGov website.
For best performance please use Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge.
Internet Explorer is not supported by the GSQ Lodgement Portal.
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Reporting requirements and templates
Refer to our guides for more information on reporting requirements and to access practice directions and templates:
Industry report resubmission
Those organisations who made application before 30 November 2020 to resubmit coal and mineral report data can obtain a copy of the resubmission guide by emailing GSQOpenData@resources.qld.gov.au.
Please note: resubmitted report data is due to the department before 30 November 2021.
Technical support and feedback
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Phone: +61 7 3199 8133
- Last reviewed: 3 Aug 2020
- Last updated: 17 Sep 2021