Australian Architects Registration Boards
Each State and Territory of Australia it is a legal requirement that any person using the title ‘Architect’ or offering services to the public as an Architect, must be registered with the Architects’ registration board in that jurisdiction. It is the registration boards role to protect the consumer.
More information about the registration boards and links to them can be found below
- Architects Registration Board of Victoria – Architects Act 1991 (VIC)
- NSW Architects Registration Board – Architects Act 2003 (NSW)
- Board of Architects of Queensland – Architects Act 2002 (QLD)
- The Architectural Practice Board of South Australia – Architectural Practice ACT 2009 (SA)
- Architects Board of Western Australia – Architects Act 2004 (WA)
- Australian Capital Territory Architects Board – Architects Act 2004 (ACT)
- Board of Architects of Tasmania – Architects Act 1929 (TAS)
- Northern Territory Architects Board – Architects Act (NT)
These eight Architect Registration Boards, are collectively owners of the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia.