By the way, you missed the full text of the QLD Bicycle Rules website (not the actual text of the rule either)
Qld Bicycle Rules wrote:Keeping left and overtaking (s129, s131, s141, s151)
â€¢ride as near as is safely possible to the far left side of the road â€” on a multi-lane road or a road with two or more lines of traffic travelling in the same direction as you, you can occupy a lane and travel in the right hand lane when necessary (for example, to make a right turn)
â€¢ride to the left of any oncoming vehicle
â€¢not overtake another vehicle on the left if that vehicle is turning left and giving a left change of direction signal
â€¢not ride more than two abreast unless overtaking
â€¢ride within 1.5 m of the other rider if riding two abreast.
Bicycles can overtake to the left of a vehicle unless:
â€¢the vehicle is signalling to turn left
â€¢it is unsafe to do so.
Like I said, the vehicle must be in the action of turning left. I'd expect at least have turned its wheels left and be at the corner, with a green light - I use that as a good indication. A stopped vehicle in the traffic queue, with its left indicator on, or stationary at a red light can be legally passed on the left. They're not turning.
Qld Bicycle Rules wrote:A cyclist must give way to a vehicle that is signalling to turn left and driving in front of the cyclist.
I'd love to see a legal interpretation of this one. Seems to legalise the good ol' left hook Overtake the cyclist, get in front then slam it around him