Information for publishers, data consumers and developers
From midday on 3 December 2018, fuel retailers a required to report fuel price changes as part of the Queensland Government fuel reporting trial.
The trial will enable Queensland motorists to compare fuel prices in their local area, find the cheapest price and save money at the bowser.
We welcome fuel price publishers, fuel reporting app owners and app developers to report fuel prices in innovative ways.
By having a variety of independent services publishing the latest fuel data, Queenslanders will have the power to choose where and how they access fuel price information.
This page explains how to access and use the aggregation system, which has been established under s. 4 of the Fair Trading (Fuel Price Reporting) Regulation 2018.
How to access and use the aggregation system
Publishers and data consumers can access technical information and sign-up to access fuel price data at www.fuelpricesqld.com.au.
Once you’ve signed up and accepted the terms of service, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to access fuel price data, including the provision of security tokens.
We support the Queensland Government’s open data initiative by making our raw data as freely accessible as possible.
Monthly fuel price data is now available on the open data portal.
Web plug-ins and extensions
The Queensland Government is not associated with any of these web plug-ins or extensions.
For technical assistance or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last reviewed 27 September 2020