Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad is seeking a meeting with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to avoid the state being docked more than $1 billion in GST revenue.
The federal government is yet to respond to a Productivity Commission report recommending a reallocation of GST revenue that could see Queensland's slice of the pie drop by as much as $1.6 billion.
Ms Trad told state parliament she's been worried by reports Tasmania has received assurances it won't lose any funding, and she's seeking clarification about Queensland's position.
"All we ask is that the federal government engage with us in good faith," Ms Trad said on Friday.
"Sit down with us - as they have with their Tory mates in Tasmania - tell us what is in the report, so that we can understand what our economic fortunes are."
Ms Trad went on to accuse the federal government of holding back the results of the GST review until after the "Super Saturday" round of federal by-elections across the country next month.
Ms Trad handed down her first state budget on Tuesday, which featured a surprise $1.5 billion surplus due to higher mining royalties, however with much smaller surpluses in the four following years.
It's feared that if Queensland loses close to $2 billion GST revenue the books could turn red, forcing more borrowing to fund a record $45.8 billion infrastructure spend over the next four years.