QPAC is a Statutory Body of the Queensland Government. Its responsibilities are set out in the Queensland Performing Arts Trust Act 1977. QPAC's corporate information is published in its Strategic Plan, Annual Reports and Policies.
To ensure the enjoyment and safety of all patrons and staff, the QPAC Terms and Conditions of Entry outline the conditions applying to all persons whilst they are at QPAC.
By purchasing a ticket through QTIX (online or over the phone), through the QPAC Box Office, or an authorised sales channel, you acknowledge and agree to comply with the QTIX Ticket Terms and Conditions.
QPAC's Gift Voucher Terms and Conditions apply to all gift vouchers issued by QTIX or in relation to an event to be held at the Performing Arts Centre, or that is otherwise ticketed by QTIX.
QPAC's Membership Terms and Conditions apply to all memberships purchased on and after 1 November 2015.
Strategic Plan & Annual Reports
QPAC’s purpose under the Queensland Performing Arts Trust Act 1977 is to contribute to the cultural, social and intellectual development of all Queenslanders. QPAC documents its values, purpose and objectives in its strategic plan, and reports against these in its annual reports.
The official copy of the annual report, as tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland can be accessed from the Queensland Parliament's tabled papers website database. Please phone (07) 3840 7400 for further information or to obtain a hard copy of the report.
Past Annual Reports
The materials presented on this site are provided by the Queensland Performing Arts Trust for information purposes only. Users should note that the electronic versions of financial statements on this site are not recognised as the official or authorised version. The electronic versions are provided solely on the basis that users will take responsibility for verifying their accuracy, completeness and currency. Although considerable resources are used to prepare and maintain the electronic versions, the Queensland Performing Arts Trust accepts no liability for any loss or damage that may be incurred by any person acting in reliance on the electronic versions.
QPAC's Reflect Reconciliation Plan
As a performing arts centre for all of Queensland, QPAC has an important role to play in supporting and promoting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and artists. QPAC’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) formalises this commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through leadership and development, in both business and programming.
The RAP aligns with QPAC’s strategic plan and was developed in collaboration with all staff, QPAC’s Board and Executive Team, QPAC’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Group and Reconciliation Australia. The RAP sets out practical and achievable commitments and sets a vision for reconciliation into the future.
New Performing Arts Venue
In May 2018, the Queensland Government announced its commitment of $125 million over four years to deliver a new $150 million theatre on the Playhouse Green site co-located with and operated by QPAC. QPAC will contribute $25 million towards the new theatre.
Delivery of the theatre is being managed by the Queensland Government’s Department of Housing and Public Works (DHPW) Project Delivery Team on behalf of QPAC and Arts Queensland. For more information about the project including the benefits and timeline, please visit the Arts Queensland website.
Public Interest Disclosure
QPAC is committed to implementing employee awareness initiatives and appropriate internal control systems to continue to achieve high standards of professional and ethical conduct within QPAC.
Please email your concerns to email@example.com if you want to make a complaint about QPAC's Chief Executive concerning corrupt conduct or make a public interest disclosure under the Public Interest Disclose Act 2010. If you have feedback or a complaint that is not referred to here please complete the Feedback from.
Alternatively, you can notify us about your concerns by sending a letter to Public Interest Disclosures, PO Box 3567, South Bank, QLD 4101. If you are unable to provide us with your concerns in writing e.g. due to having a disability, you can call +61 7 3840 7444.
Right to Information
The Queensland Government is committed to providing access to information it holds unless, on balance, it is contrary to the public interest to release that information. For more information, visit the Queensland Government's website.
The Right to Information Act 2009 aims to make more information available, provide equal access to information across all sectors of the community and provide appropriate protection for individuals’ privacy.
Information about QPAC is available on our website. QPAC also makes some information routinely available for the public to access through a publication scheme. If the information is not already available, or you are having trouble accessing documents, please contact us.
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