Pool Safety Register: How to Register your Pool

Follow these step by step instructions of how to register your pool for free on the Qld Government’s Pool Safety Register.

How to register your pool or spa?

Step 1: Click on the link Register my Pool

Step 2: Enter your property’s details into the fields provided.

Step 3: Click ‘search’.

Step 4: If ‘A pool is currently registered on this property’ appears, the registration is complete.

Step 5: If ‘No pools are recorded on this property’ appears, click on the link provided.

Step 6: Add details including number of pools/spas, shared pool status and contact information.

Step 7: Click ‘Send’.

Step 8: You have now registered your pool or spa.

What is the deadline to register my pool or spa?
Pools had to be registered by midnight Friday November 4, 2011.

When do I need a pool safety certificate?
You are not required to obtain a pool safety certificate by November 2015 unless you are selling or leasing a property with a pool.

Regardless of whether a pool safety certificate is required or not all pool owners must ensure their pool complies with the current pool safety standard by November 2015.

Frequently asked questions about Qld Pool Regulations

Will I receive a fine if I don’t register my pool?
If the department is notified of un-registered pools an on-the-spot fine of $200 may be issued or a maximum court penalty of $2000.

My spa has a fully lockable, solid cover. Do I still need to have a complying barrier for the spa, and why?
Yes. There is still the potential for the lockable lid to be left open or unlocked. For this reason, a complying pool safety barrier is required for spas and some portable wading pools.

Do I need to register my outdoor spa?
Yes. If you have a residential swimming pool or outdoor spa, you must register your property’s information with the department.

Do I need to register or fence my portable wading pool?
The new laws do not apply to portable pools if they:

  • hold less than 300 millimetres of water; and
  • have a volume of less than 2000 litres; and
  • have no filtration system.

All three criteria must be met to be exempt.

For more information regarding pool inspections go to our main pool safety inspection page: Pool Safety Inspections

We conduct pool inspections throughout southeast qld including the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich and Logan.

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