Queensland's unemployment rate has fallen from 6.1 to 6 per cent, seasonally adjusted.
There was an unexpected and sharp fall in Australia's official jobless rate last month.
The nation's unemployment rate has dropped from 5.4 to 5.2 per cent in November.
It has surprised economists, who on average expected the jobless rate to rise, and for no jobs to have been created.
However, the Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows a sharp rise of 18,000 new part-time positions, but this was slightly offset by the loss of 4,200 full-time positions.
But the participation rate decreased slightly, which means that fewer people were in or looking for work, which helps ease upward pressure on the unemployment rate.
The data suggests there may be a small recovery in mining regions, with the jobless rate in Western Australia and Queensland improving.