Join the ETU Qld & NT Branch

Being a Member of the ETU Queensland & Northern Territory Branch provides the following benefits.

  • Negotiation wages and conditions
  • Representation if you are unfairly dismissed
  • Improve and protect your health & safety 

In addition to bringing you some of the best wages and conditions in Australia, your ETU membership also entitles you to a host of money-saving benefits.

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Check if your membership is due for renewal. Pay by Credit Card Upfront, Set Up Direct Debit, Pay by BPay or in Person.

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Report a Safety Issue

Should you have a safety issue in your workplace or site, you should in the first instance make yourself safe and remove yourself from the situation.

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Looking for Work

Members of the ETU will get regular updates on upcoming job opportunities, who the contractors are and approximate times for recruitment.

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Latest News

Huge union win for council worker

We had an ETU member take up an Internal Adult Apprenticeship at a local council. Custom and practice at this council was that workers maintain their wage when they start an adult apprenticeship.


Chief Minister capitalises on staff terminations in attempt to manipulate bargaining

The Electrical Trades Union condemns the decision by Chief Minister Gunner to capitalise on staff resignations in an attempt to manipulate public service workers in the ongoing bargaining negotiations.



Jason Constable receives Highly Commended in Apprentice of the Year

The ETU encourages all Members to get the COVID-19 vaccination if and when you are eligible.


Gunner’s threats against workers will result in further declining economy

The Electrical Trades Union condemns the comments made by Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner this week following the overwhelming vote from public sector workers to reject the four-year wage freeze.


Cape Flattery workers strike and protest for fair wages and improved safety allowances

Electrical Trades Union (ETU) members at the Cape Flattery Silica Mine will go on strike for 24 hours tomorrow, Thursday 4 November, where striking members will have their voices heard.


ETU condemns Chief Minister’s attack on Labor Senator Malarndirri McCarthy

The Electrical Trades Union (ETU) condemns the comments Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner made towards Labor Senator Malarndirri McCarthy.


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Press Releases

Latest press releases issued by the ETU Queensland & Northern Territory branch.

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Video Updates from ETU Organisers on what is happening in the QLD and NT branch.

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