The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) ensures safe and sustainable building and plumbing systems through regulatory and non-regulatory measures, in collaboration with governments and industry. We have many programs, committees and governance arrangements to support us in achieving this mission, and here you can find out more about what we do.
The Australian Building Codes Board is a standards writing body responsible for the National Construction Code, WaterMark and CodeMark Certification Schemes.
The ABCB Office resides within the Federal Department of Industry, Science and Resources in Canberra. Find out more about how the Office supports and facilitates the work of the Board, and engages with industry and the public.
The ABCB has 2 primary technical advisory committees. This is a complete list of our Building Codes Committee representatives.
The ABCB has 2 primary technical advisory committees. This is a complete list of our Plumbing Code Committee representatives.
The annual Business Plan is a reflection of the ABCB's commitment to implementing the regulatory reform agenda agreed by Governments.
Our Charter of Transparency and Engagement sets out our commitment to building and retaining the long-term confidence and trust of the people and organisations who have an interest in our work.
The ABCB provides a unique opportunity to help shape the future of Australia’s building and plumbing industries.
The Australian Building Codes Board offers a 12 month Cadetship Program for industry graduates. This page contains all the information about the Cadetship program and how to apply.