Tony Randall

Tony is a Director with our Firm and Accredited Specialist in our Property Law Team.


Tony is a Director and Accredited Specialist. Tony specialises in Property Law.

I Finished high school in Toowoomba in the early 1980’s, I studied and worked in Brisbane, returning to work in Toowoomba shortly after I was admitted as a solicitor in 1990. I became a QLS accredited Property Law Specialist in 2003 and am the only accredited property law specialist in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs.

A founding partner at Murdoch Lawyers, I have practised in Toowoomba for over 25 years, working exclusively in property and commercial law. Broadly, my practice is a combination of property development, agri-business, and commercial property.

My interest in property extends beyond my job and I have renovated a number of homes and undertaken land and strata property developments of my own. Through my property interests, I became a foundation member and am a past president of the Toowoomba chapter of the Urban Development Association.

Toowoomba has been a special place to live, work and raise my family. My 3 daughters are now young adults and living away from home, leaving me with time to enjoy cycling for fitness and coffee and beers with my mates. My daughters fear that my teen years in the 70’s and 80’s have left me irreversibly imprinted with questionable taste in music. More recently, I have developed an interest in old woodworking tools. My lovely wife Kylee keeps me around despite these flaws…

Property and agribusiness work constantly evolves and responds to changes in our economy. Keeping up to date and responding to these changes means every day my work keeps me challenged. My focus is to use my experience and expertise to help my clients maximise the value and return to them from their property investments and avoid pitfalls that reduce value or leave my clients with unwanted outcomes.

Murdoch Lawyers are proud to announce that Director, Tony Randall has been recognised by Doyles Guide as a leading Agribusiness Lawyer in Queensland 2017, 2018 & 2019.

I have developed a strong reputation as a commercially astute, plain speaking and thoughtful advisor. I love my job and the exposure it gives me to so many interesting and diverse people from many different backgrounds. My clients range from multinational companies, significant property developers and large rural clients to mum and dad investors.

I understand that quick, commercially practical advice is critical in property transactions. I give practical, plain language advice to help my clients avoid unnecessary costs and to maximises the value of their investments.

Practice Areas

  • Agribusiness:
    • rural acquisitions and sales
    • CSG and mining compensation agreements for land owners
    • water trading
    • share-farming and leasing
  • Property Development:
    • land subdivision
    • units and strata development
    • commercial buildings
    • shopping centres
  • Commercial Property
  • Options
    • Easements
    • Loan Agreements and Mortgages
    • Commercial Agreements
    • Titling matters

Qualifications & Reputation

  • Awards & Recognition
    • Recognised by Doyle’s Guide as Leading Arigbusiness Lawyer – Queensland 2019
    • Recognised by Doyle’s Guide as Leading Arigbusiness Lawyer – Queensland 2018
    • Recognised by Doyle’s Guide as Leading Arigbusiness Lawyer – Queensland 2017
  • Professional Qualifications
    • Bachelor of Laws- University of Queensland (1987)
    • Accredited Specialist – Property Law, Queensland Law Society (2003)
  • Memberships & Associations
    • Urban Development Institute of Australia (Queensland) –a foundation member & past president of the Toowoomba Chapter
    • Toowoomba & Surat Basin Enterprise –corporate Platinum Member
    • Property Council of Australia
    • Queensland Law Society
    • Downs and South Western Queensland Law Association
  • Presentations & Papers
    • Tony regularly presents updates on property law related changes and matters of interest for real estate agents, surveyors, engineers and other members of the property industry


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Tony Randall - Accredited Specialist in Property Law Team Murdoch Lawyers Toowoomba

Contact Information

Direct Line: 07 4616 9803