Yes, you may think your pool is registered, because it was
recently built or it was certified by council for approval when you
originally built your pool.
This does not mean it will be registered and in most cases it will not be registered.
You first need to get your pool registered and be part of the
governments pool register data base. Registration of your pool can be
done here at the DIP (Dept of Infrastructure and Planning) web site
- Click on “search property”. This will tell you if your pool is on the register or not.
- If find your pool is not registered, then you can proceed to the register your pool.
- Click on “register your pool” and enter all your properties details in the fields provided and its as simple as that.
This information will then get sent into the Pool Safety council and be on their pool register data base.
If you don’t have internet or find it all a bit daunting, let
us register your pool for you! We can make this a painless process for
you or a family member. When registering you pool you will need a copy
of your rates notice. This will have the lot number you house is
situated on and will make the process as streamlined as possible
All pools in Queensland need to be registered. Fines of up to $2,000 may apply if your pool is not registered by 4 May 2011. To check if your pool is registered, simply conduct a property search on the pool register tool at the above link.