Insure with Qsure
To protect against loss and damages due to unexpected circumstances.
Vacant Land Insurance
A vacant block of land which will form the basis for your future dreams.
New covers just released, higher limits, building insured with landlord risks.
More than 20% of Australian businesses have experienced cyber crime.
Designed to provide most comprehensive cover available to newsagents.
Be Sure Insure With QSure
With more than 40 years experience, Qsure Insurance Brokers in Brisbane has built a reputation for integrity and professionalism.
Our experienced team can help you better identify the risks to your business and provide the most appropriate insurance cover. Please contact us to arrange a comprehensive review of your insurance portfolio. We can assist you with all commercial insurance needs including cyber insurance, management liability Insurance, corporate travel Insurance and more.
Qsure also specialise in insurance for newsagents, insurance for landlords and owners of vacant land. We have developed dedicated websites for these products. For more information see www.newsagentinsurance.com.au and www.landlordselect.com.au
Updates from Qsure Insurance Brokers
The UK’s Grenfell Tower disaster has had widespread implications for professionals in Australia’s construction industry. Here’s how to help protect yourself if you’re a contractor who’s worked on any Australian building project. The UK Grenfell Tower disaster claimed the lives of 72 people on 14 June 2017. The tragedy unfolded on television and computer screens around the […]Read More
Qsure is pleased to announce that we have entered into a partnership with Aviso Group. The Aviso Group is a national partnership of leading insurance brokers who work together to ensure that we provide market leading products to our customers on an ongoing basis. The Aviso Group is now one of the top 10 broker […]Read More
Sydney’s violent hailstorm, which has left millions of dollars of damage in its wake, is a crucial reminder of how important it is to protect yourself against potentially crippling damage to your business. The incident, declared a ‘catastrophe’ by the Insurance Council of Australia, led to more than 15,000 claims in the 18 hours after […]Read More