About the fuel price reporting trial
An aggregation system for the fuel price reporting scheme has been established under s.4 of the Fair Trading (Fuel Price Reporting) Regulation 2018.
From 3 December, all Queensland fuel retailers are required to report their fuel prices as part of a 2-year trial to help motorists find the cheapest fuel prices.
The trial will enable Queensland motorists to compare fuel prices in their local area, find the cheapest price and save money at the bowser.
Note: Mandatory fuel price reporting is designed to make it easier for motorists to take advantage of the fuel price cycle to find the best deal. However, it will not stop the price cycle that motorists experience around the world.
Information for motorists
Find out how you can now check fuel prices using websites and apps that have signed up to receive data under the fuel price reporting trial.
Information for fuel retailers
From midday on 3 December 2018, fuel retailers must report fuel price changes. Find out how to access and use the aggregation system to report fuel price changes.
Information for publishers, data consumers and developers
We welcome fuel price publishers, fuel reporting app owners and app developers to publish fuel prices in innovative ways. Find out how to sign-up and access data.
Background to the trial
A working group of industry stakeholders including the RACQ, the Australian Institute of Petroleum and the Australasian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association assisted the Queensland Government in developing options for this trial.
The working group considered existing fuel price reporting arrangements, options for ensuring fuel retailers report accurately, lessons from other jurisdictions, and the consumer benefits and regulatory costs of alternative models.
The outcomes are summarised in the Fuel price reporting: Decision regulatory impact statement (PDF, 2.8MB).
For more information about this trial, please email email@example.com.
Last reviewed 10 July 2020