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Commonwealth of Queensland
  • Gemenebest van Queensland (Dutch)
  • เครือรัฐควีนส์แลนด์ (Thai)
Motto: "God Guardian of Queensland"
Anthem: "God Bless the Queensland"
Largest cityEdinburgh Province
Official languagesEnglish
Scheduled languages
Ethnic groups
Thai (83.21%)
Buddhist (82.18%)
GovernmentFederal elective constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Paul Gordon
LegislatureParliament of Queensland
House of Lords
House of Commons
• Dominion of Bridgetown established
1 July 2014
• Independence
3 January 2015
• Grand Duchy of Queensland
13 January 2016
• Kingdom of Queensland
1 December 2019
• Commonwealth of Queensland
29 August 2023
• Total
0.032 km2 (0.012 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2022 census
310 citizens
CurrencyQueensland pound (£) (QLP)
Time zoneUTC+7 (IDT)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideleft
Calling code+66
IMSO 1 codeQLD

Queensland, officially the Commonwealth of Queensland is a micronation located in Ubon Ratchathani Province, the Kingdom of Thailand, founded by Albert George Philip, Charlotte Elizabeth Victoria, and Catherine Juliana Elizabeth. There was a desire to establish a country. This was inspired by c micronations such as, Molossia, Hutt River, and Sealand.

Queensland was created on 1 July 2014, by announcing the establishment of the government house. With reference to the royal opening speech and the country was officially opened on 8 October 2018 during the reign of Victoria II, announcing that diplomatic relations in each country will be made by using letters to represent the ambassadors of the government.


The name "Queensland" comes from the name that the people suggested to use instead of the name Bridgetown means land of the Queen, Referring to Queen Elizabeth II, this Queensland naming convention was set in honour of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee 2012.

Official names

  • 1 July 2014 - 3 January 2015: Dominion of Bridgetown
  • 3 January 2015 - 13 January 2016: State of Queensland
  • 13 January 2016 - 1 December 2019: Grand Duchy of Queensland
  • 1 December 2019 – 29 August 2023: Kingdom of Queensland
  • 29 August 2023 – Present:Commonwealth of Queensland


Dominion of Bridgetown (1 July 2014 - 3 January 2015)

Flag of the Dominion of Bridgetown

Dominion of Bridgetown was formed by our three best friends: Albert George Philip, Charlotte Elizabeth Victorian and Catherine Juliana Elizabeth. Victorian came to talk at this event. The three of us decided to create one country under the name "Dominion of Bridgetown" this was inspired by countries in the simulation country which are Molossia, Hutt River, and Principality of Sealand and formed two councils: The National Senate and The National Assembly.

Bridgetown is considered an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, by establishing Queen Elizabeth II as Queen of Bridgetown and both parliaments voted "Albert George Philip" as the first governor of Bridgetown and the country declared its status on 1 July 2014, ruled in a democratic way the first election was held on 1 July 2014 to inquire into the United Kingdom's direct dependence. Bridgetown's first Prime Minister was Catherine Juliana Victoria, according to a parliamentary resolution.

State of Queensland (3 January 2015 - 13 January 2016)

Elizabeth II, the Queen of Queensland.
Sir Albert George Philip, the Governor General of Queensland

After the Declaration of Independence on 3 January 2015, a new flag was hoisted to the pole. and delivered the Declaration of Independence and Allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II, with Sir Albert George Philip still serving as Governor-General and serving as Prime Minister of Queensland. He announced the use of the Sufficiency Way concept according to the example of His Majesty the King of Thailand. by growing vegetables Raising animals and exporting by taking this method as the source of the economy

Flag of the State of Queensland

the political side of Queensland still uses a monarchy through the Governor-General The position Governor-General is responsible for signing the constitution in his name and performing royal duties on behalf of her majesty mainly

When the economy returns to normal and is advanced enough for Queensland to have its own head of state. The government, led by the Governor-General, has announced that it will officially removed Queen Elizabeth II from the Queenslandian throne and change the status to self-rule and the head of state is the same country The council decided to maintain the status of the monarchy and established the Governor-General of Queensland became King of Queensland on 3 January 2016, on the occasion of the one year anniversary of Queensland's founding and declaration of independence. Although the Queen was stripped of the Queensland throne. But she is still a regular Queensland worshiper.

Grand Duchy of Queensland (13 January 2016 - 1 December 2019)

It was during the year 2016–2019, when Queensland was the Grand Dutchie. Has developed the country in various fields Until stable development by the King George 1 and Queen Victoria 2 laid the foundation for the economy using the principles. "Sufficiency Economy" of Thailand is the main Causing the Queensland economy to advance until the Kingdom era

Kingdom of Queensland (1 December 2019 - 29 August 2023)

On October 15, 2019, King George III announced the establishment of the Kingdom of Queensland. Make Queensland elevate from "Grand Duchy" is completely "the Kingdom". Today, the Kingdom of Queensland has made great strides towards economic development.

Commonwealth of Queensland (29 August 2023 - present)

On 29 August, King Albert signed the Constitution (Amendment II) Act 0923, ratifying the change of the country's name from the Kingdom of Queensland to the Commonwealth of Queensland.

Government and politics

Queensland Parliament

The Kingdom of Queensland is a unitary state under a constitutional monarchy. Albert of Queensland is the monarch and head of state of the Kingdom of Queensland, as well as 6 other independent countries. The monarch has "the right to be consulted, the right to encourage, and the right to warn". The Constitution of the Kingdom of Queensland is uncodified and consists mostly of a collection of disparate written sources, including statutes, judge-made case law and international treaties, together with constitutional conventions. The Queenslandian Parliament can perform "constitutional reform" simply by passing Acts of Parliament, and thus has the political power to change or abolish almost any written or unwritten element of the constitution. No Parliament can pass laws that future Parliaments cannot change.


The Kingdom of Queensland is a federal monarchy composed of five royal provinces, four non-royal provinces and one territory. Each royal province is a hereditary Constitutional Monarchy ruled by a the Grand Ruler. The Grand Ruler serves as both head of state and head of government of the provinces in their capacities as Constitutional Monarchy. All provincial rulers collectively comprise the Conference of Rulers, who are responsible for the election of the Monarch which takes place after every 2 years. The National Territorial Region is the region defined as the principal geographic location of the nation, which consists of all the royal provinces and the capital towns in addition to the National Capital Region. The national capital is Helsmariehamn, which also serves as the capital of the Queenslandian Capital Territory.


  1. Prime Minister: Head of the government and the council of ministers.
  2. Deputy Prime Minister: Deputy head of the government; presides as prime minister in their absence.
  3. Cabinet Minister: A member of the cabinet; leads specific ministries.

Ministries of the Government

Ministry in Queensland At present there are 17 ministries in total.

  1. Cabinet Office : Responsible for supporting the prime minister and Cabinet. It is composed of various units that support Cabinet committees and which co-ordinate the delivery of government objectives via other departments.
  2. Home Department : Responsible for treating suffering and taking care of happiness. Maintaining public order Facilitating social justice Promotion and development of politics and government Development of regional government administration Local administration Promoting local government and community development Civil registration Internal stability Disaster Affairs And urban development and other government agencies as required by law
  3. Department for Defence : Coordinating and overseeing the Queensland government's work and government agencies directly related to national security and the military.
  4. Department for Federal Territories : Charge of overseeing the administration and development of all Federal Territories in Queensland.
  5. Department for Foreign, Queenslandian Commonwealth and Development Affairs
    • Building the Queensland prosperity by increasing exports and investment, opening markets, ensuring access to resources, and promoting sustainable global growth.
    • Supporting Queenslandian nationals around the world through modern and efficient consular services.
  6. Department for Education : Duty to promote education for the people in all areas and equitably Create equality and educational opportunities Encourage various departments to participate in education Promote professional education Allow the private sector to participate in education Emphasize that students have more opportunities to study in both local and open institutions. Focus on learning throughout life. Service to society Educational personnel development Encourage talented people to learn and act in an appropriate way.
  7. Department of Health and Social Care : responsible for government policy on health and adult social care matters in Queensland
  8. Department for Treasury : Responsible for developing and executing the government's public finance policy and economic policy. The Treasury maintains the Online System for Central Accounting and Reporting
  9. Department for Homeland Security and Intelligence : Responsible for public security, roughly comparable to the interior or home ministries of other countries. Its stated missions involve anti-terrorism, border security, immigration and customs, cyber security, and disaster prevention and management.
  10. Ministry of Justice : Responsible for the enforcement of the law and administration of justice in the Queensland, and is equivalent to the justice or interior ministries of other countries.
  11. Department for Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development : Responsibilities include the protection of the nation's natural resources: water, oceans, minerals, and forests. It is also responsible for the protection and restoration of the environment.
  12. Department for Transport : Responsible for the Queensland transport network and a limited number of transport matters in Commonwealth of Independence
  13. Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport : Responsibility for culture and sport in Queensland
  14. Department for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs  : Body responsible for ensuring the welfare of the Queenslandian people.
  15. Department for Emergency Situations and Public Safety  : Responsible for matters of public safety, emergency management, national security, and emergency preparedness in Queensland.
  16. Department for International Development  : Responsibility for the international development portfolio.
  17. Department for Government Administration Reform  : Responsible for reform work, information technology, competition policy in addition to having the main responsibility for government employees and government organisation.

Current political parties

This list consists of all political parties in the Kingdom of Queensland which are registered by the Election Commission of Queensland.

Party Logo Party Leader Ideology(s) System Parliament
Queensland National Liberal Party
Sir Paul D. Gordon
Prime Minister
Social democracy
17 / 24
Queenslandian Conservation and Democracy Party
Sir Denis Bridgwater
Big tent
6 / 24
Queenslandian Green Party
Mr. Douglas Ricardo
Green politics
1 / 24
Queensland Reform Conservative Party
Ms. Caroline Sylvi
Right-wing populism
0 / 24
Queensland Democratic Unionist Party
Mr. William Robert
Social conservatism
0 / 24

Queensland Defence Force

His Majesty's Armed Forces consist of three professional service branches: the Royal Queensland Navy and Royal Queensland Marines, the Queenslandian Army and the Royal Queensland Air Force. The armed forces of the Kingdom of Queensland are managed by the Ministry of Defence and controlled by the Defence Council, chaired by the Secretary of State for Defence. The Commander-in-Chief is the Queenslandian monarch, to whom members of the forces swear an oath of allegiance. The Armed Forces are charged with protecting the Queensland and its overseas territories, promoting the Queensland's global security interests and supporting international peacekeeping efforts.

Flag Name office Name of Chief
Queenslandian Defence Force Chief of the Defence Force General Sir Llewelyn Charles Anthony
Queenslandian Ground Forces Chief of the Queenslandian Ground Staff Major General Sir Michael Francis Alan LCQMS
Maritime and Cyber Command Chief of the Maritime and Cyber Staff Admiral Sir Carl Nick Olaf KG
Royal Queensland Air Force Chief of the Queensland Air Staff Air Vice Marshal Sir Michel José Armand LCQMS
Supreme Head's Guards Chief of the Supreme Head's Guards Force Brigadier Donald Ian McLeod
Queenslandian Special Force Chief of the Queenslandian Special Force Lieutenant-General Richard Westby Roger

Administrative divisions

Provinces and territories

The Province and Territories are federated administrative divisions in Queensland, ruled by regional governments that constitute the second level of governance between the federal government and local governments. States are self-governing polities with incomplete sovereignty (having ceded some sovereign rights to federation) and have their own constitutions, legislatures, departments, and certain civil authorities (e.g. judiciary and law enforcement) that administer and deliver most public policies and programs. Territories can be autonomous and administer local policies and programs much like the states in practice, but are still constitutionally and financially subordinate to the federal government and thus have no true sovereignty.

Flag Name Capital Chief Minister
Seri Ja'afar Hastings Sir Robert Brian
Edinburgh Vesteralen Sir Mark Carleton
Elizabeth Toronwinnipeg Mr William Robert
Carl Gustaf Ontardundas Ms Joan Margaret
Qaboos Qaboos Town Sir John Anders Leopold
Sabah Sabah Al-Ahmad Mr Jacquelin Marc
Pendang–Kedah Abdul Halim Mr Etienne Daniele Armstrong
New Western Brisbane Queen Elizabeth Town Mr Rob Kruif
New South Kingston Northern Islington Mr Rob Kruif (acting)
Flag Name Capital Lord Lieutenant
Queenslandian Capital Territory Helsmariehamn the Duke of Horsens

Crown dependencies and overseas territories

Countries which are governed by the Kingdom of Queensland. With the King of the Kingdom of Queensland as the Head of State Through the regent and the Prime Minister of his own country with 5 countries in the rule.

Flag Name Capital Lieutenant Governor
Crown dependencies
Bailiwick of Bouillon-Greenland Koningin Beatrix City Air Chief Marshal Sir James Nick Edward
Bailiwick of New Eastern Vestmanna Town of New Vestmanna Air Chief Marshal Sir James Nick Edward
Flag Name Capital Governor
Overseas Territories
Falkottawaland Falkottawa City Dame Clare Patricia
New Rideau Town of New Rideau General Sir George Eben Desmond
King Harald V Land Territory City of Nelson Mandela Waiting for appointment

List of national and official symbols of Queensland

Symbol Name Image
National Flag Flag of Queensland
National Coat of Arms National Coat of Arms
National motto God Guardian of Queensland
National anthem God Bless the Queensland
National colours Yellow, Red, White, Black        
National animal Cat
National flower Marigold
National sport Badminton
Official language Thai
National calendar Gregorian calendar
Thai calendar
Queensland calendar

Royal and public holidays

The Government of Queensland regularly sets official holidays, which are mostly followed both publicly and privately. Additional Observations Local and worldwide formal and informal Frequently observing around the country in their own unique style.

Public Holidays

Date Holiday Note
1 January New Year's Day Celebrate the beginning of the new year for both the Gregorian calendar.
3 January Queenslandian National Day Celebrate Independence Day from the rule of the United Kingdom.
4 April The Supreme Head's Day Holiday to celebrate the monarchy.
28 May The Duchess of St. Andrews Birthday Part of the three Queenslandian founder's birthdays.
24 June Flag Day The day the first national flag was promulgated in the country.
1 July National Heroes Day holiday pays homage to Queenslandian heroes.
5 July The Duchess of Beauclerk Birthday Part of the three Queenslandian founder's birthdays.
Second Saturday in July The Supreme Head's official Birthday The official birthday of the Supreme Head.
8 September Remembrance Day for Queen Elizabeth II In remembrance of Queen Elizabeth II, former Queen of Queensland
Second Sunday in November Remembrance Sunday To commemorate the contribution of military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and later conflicts.
28 November King George I Birthday Part of the three Queenslandian founder's birthdays.
24-25 December Christmas Day Annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ.
31 December New Year's Eve The last day of the solar calendar.

Foreign relations

The Kingdom of Queensland has begun to negotiate various foreign relations. Starting the policy "National development and foreign relations development" began in the time of Queen Victoria II, with the country in Queensland ready to open international relations using a mail system instead of sending people to (due to Traveling in that country without a guardian is too risky.)

Currently recognized nations