Portal now available in more courthouses

Stage four of the online civil case management system, QCase, continues its rollout in Magistrates Courts next week.

The QCase portal enables the legal profession, self-represented litigants and other Magistrates Courts users to securely file, view and manage their civil matters online.

It is also used for Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) minor civil dispute matters heard at Magistrates Courts and in QCAT Brisbane.

Atherton, Caloundra, Charleville, Goondiwindi, Hervey Bay, Nambour, Noosa, Pomona, Richlands, Roma, Warwick, Quilpie, Biloela, Ingham, Pittsworth, Sarina, Landsborough, Stanthorpe, Barcaldine, Julia Creek and Mitchell courthouses will be able to access the portal from Monday, 3 June.

Blackwater, Bundaberg, Charters Towers, Gladstone, Cloncurry, Gympie, Kingaroy, Maryborough, Normanton, Redcliffe, Weipa, Wynnum, Gayndah, Nanango, Toogoolawah, Richmond, Hughenden and Cunnamulla will be on line from 10 June.

Bowen, Childers, Cooktown, Dalby, Emerald, Holland Park, Innisfail, Mareeba, Murgon, Proserpine, Sandgate, Thursday Island, Chinchilla, Clemont, Moranbah, Oakey, St George, Tully and Taroom will complete the stage-four rollout on 17 June.


When QCase is live in a location, it can be access the portal via

Filed documents related to existing civil matters (that were managed as paper files) will incrementally transition into QCase in priority order, beginning with those matters that are listed for hearing in the short term.

If a replacement copy of a document for an existing case is required, please contact the registry for assistance.

All new documents for a case produced from Monday of go-live are accessible on demand via QCase, and it is recommended to use this function to retrieve sealed copies of documents.

For general support when using the portal, it is recommended to use or refer to:

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