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The Office of the Land Access Ombudsman (OLAO) is committed to managing complaints effectively. We handle all complaints against our actions, decisions or the conduct of our staff in a responsive, confidential and fair manner. All complaints will be treated in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.
If you have a complaint, there are 4 steps in the process.
Step 1: Try to resolve the complaint informally
If you have a complaint to make, we encourage you to discuss your concerns with the OLAO staff member involved. You may be able to resolve the complaint informally. Contact us on 1800 717 500 and we will put you through to the relevant person.
Step 2: Lodge a formal complaint
If your concern can’t be resolved, or you are unhappy with the outcome, you can lodge a formal complaint. Wherever possible it’s best to contact us in writing so we can accurately and thoroughly investigate all aspects of your complaint.
Anonymous complaints will be accepted, but it can be more difficult to investigate a complaint without all the necessary information.
You can lodge a complaint by phone, mail or email.
1800 717 500 (freecall)
Complete our Complaint form (PDF, 112.8KB) and send it to:
Reply Paid 8770
PO Box 15148
City East QLD 4002
Complete our Complaint form and email it to email@example.com.
Step 3: Resolving your complaint
We try to resolve complaints within 20 business days.
If a complaint is more complex or sensitive and requires more time to resolve, we’ll ensure the reasons for this extension are explained to you, and regular progress updates will be provided until the complaint is finalised.
Step 4: Unresolved complaints
If you are not satisfied how your formal complaint was resolved, you can request an internal review by a senior staff member with no involvement in the matter, or the Land Access Ombudsman.
Should you be unhappy with the outcome of the internal review, you may further complain to the Queensland Ombudsman.
In the case of privacy complaints, the internal review process does not apply and you may complain to the Office of the Information Commissioner.
Our Customer complaints management policy (PDF, 118.1KB) sets out the service you can expect from us and how we can work together to best address your concerns.
Last updated: 07 Jul 2022