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Got a state or territory specific question? You can find the Plumbing or Building Administration details for each jurisdiction below.
Submit a general enquiry to the Australian Building Codes Board.
Submit an enquiry related to the National Construction Code.
Submit and enquiry related to the WaterMark Certification Scheme.
Submit an enquiry related to the CodeMark Australia Certification Scheme.
For information on the legal requirements specific to your state or territory, or to report illegal building or plumbing activity, contact the relevant administration in your jurisdiction using the details on this page.
Found a product that requires WaterMark certification, or has been fitted illegally? Report it to your state or territory plumbing administration.
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