Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1986–1989

This is a list of members of the 45th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1986 to 1989, as elected at the 1986 state election held on 1 November 1986.[1]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Hon Mike Ahern National Landsborough 1968–1990
Hon Gilbert Alison National Maryborough 1971–1977, 1983–1989
Len Ardill Labor Salisbury 1986–1998
Hon Brian Austin National Nicklin 1977–1989
Denver Beanland Liberal Toowong 1986–2001
Peter Beard Liberal Mount Isa 1986–1989
Clive Berghofer National Toowoomba South 1986–1991
Hon Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen [2] National Barambah 1947–1987
Des Booth National Warwick 1977–1992
Hon Rob Borbidge National Surfers Paradise 1980–2001
Paul Braddy Labor Rockhampton 1985–2001
Tom Burns Labor Lytton 1972–1996
Tony Burreket National Townsville 1986–1989
Clem Campbell Labor Bundaberg 1983–1998
Ed Casey Labor Mackay 1969–1995
Hon Yvonne Chapman National Pine Rivers 1983–1989
Hon Paul Clauson National Redlands 1985–1989
Pat Comben Labor Windsor 1983–1995
Hon Russell Cooper National Roma 1983–2001
Bill D'Arcy Labor Woodridge 1972–1974, 1977–2000
Brian Davis Labor Brisbane Central 1969–1974, 1977–1989
Keith De Lacy Labor Cairns 1983–1998
Bill Eaton Labor Mourilyan 1980–1992
Tony Elliott National Cunningham 1974–2001
Hon Tony Fitzgerald National Lockyer 1980–1998
Hon Huan Fraser National Springwood 1986–1989
Judy Gamin [3] National South Coast 1988–1989, 1992–2001
Leo Gately National Currumbin 1986–1989
Hon Ivan Gibbs National Albert 1974–1989
Bob Gibbs Labor Wolston 1977–1999
Hon Tom Gilmore National Tablelands 1986–1998
Hon Bill Glasson National Gregory 1974–1989
Wayne Goss Labor Logan 1983–1998
Hon Bill Gunn National Somerset 1972–1992
Terry Gygar Liberal Stafford 1974–1983, 1984–1989
David Hamill Labor Ipswich 1983–2001
Hon Neville Harper National Auburn 1980–1992
Hon Leisha Harvey National Greenslopes 1983–1989
Ken Hayward Labor Caboolture 1986–2009
Hon Ian Henderson National Mount Gravatt 1983–1989
Denis Hinton National Broadsound 1986–1989
Hon Russ Hinze [3] National South Coast 1966–1988
Howard Hobbs National Warrego 1986–2015
Tom Hynd National Nerang 1986–1989
Angus Innes Liberal Sherwood 1978–1990
Doug Jennings [1] National Southport 1980–1987
Hon Bob Katter National Flinders 1974–1992
Hon Sir William Knox Liberal Nundah 1957–1989
Hon Don Lane [5] National Merthyr 1971–1989
Hon Norm Lee Liberal Yeronga 1964–1989
Hon Vince Lester National Peak Downs 1974–2004
Hon Bill Lickiss Liberal Moggill 1963–1989
Hon Kev Lingard National Fassifern 1983–2009
Hon Brian Littleproud National Condamine 1983–2001
Terry Mackenroth Labor Chatsworth 1977–2005
Di McCauley National Callide 1986–1998
Ken McElligott Labor Thuringowa 1983–1998
Hon Peter McKechnie National Carnarvon 1974–1989
Ron McLean Labor Bulimba 1980–1992
Sandy McPhie National Toowoomba North 1983–1989
Max Menzel National Mulgrave 1980–1989
Glen Milliner Labor Everton 1977–1998
Hon Geoff Muntz National/Independent [7] Whitsunday 1980–1989
Hon Don Neal National Balonne 1972–1992
Hon Beryce Nelson National Aspley 1980–1983, 1986–1989
Bill Newton National Glass House 1983–1989
Henry Palaszczuk Labor Archerfield 1984–2006
Trevor Perrett [2] CEC/National [3] Barambah 1988–1998
Hon Lin Powell National/Independent [6] Isis 1974–1989
Bill Prest Labor Port Curtis 1976–1992
Hon Jim Randell National Mirani 1980–1994
Ted Row National Hinchinbrook 1972–1989
Santo Santoro [5] Liberal Merthyr 1989–2001
Lyle Schuntner Liberal Mount Coot-tha 1986–1989
Bob Scott Labor Cook 1977–1989
Eric Shaw Labor/Independent [4] Manly 1977–1989
Alan Sherlock Liberal Ashgrove 1986–1989
Hon Craig Sherrin National Mansfield 1986–1989
Hon Gordon Simpson National Cooroora 1974–1989
Doug Slack National Burnett 1986–2001
Geoff Smith Labor Townsville East 1980–1998
Ken Smyth Labor Bowen 1986–1992
Len Stephan National Gympie 1979–2001
Hon Mark Stoneman National Burdekin 1983–1998
Hon Martin Tenni National Barron River 1974–1989
David Underwood Labor Ipswich West 1977–1989
Ken Vaughan Labor Nudgee 1977–1995
Mick Veivers [1] National Southport 1987–2001
Nev Warburton Labor Sandgate 1977–1992
Anne Warner Labor South Brisbane 1983–1995
Dean Wells Labor Murrumba 1986–2012
Terry White Liberal Redcliffe 1979–1989
Les Yewdale Labor Rockhampton North 1972–1989
1 On 9 April 1987, the National member for Southport, Doug Jennings, died. National Party candidate Mick Veivers won the resulting by-election on 20 June 1987.
2 On 1 December 1987, the National member for Barambah and former Premier, Joh Bjelke-Petersen, resigned. Citizens Electoral Council (CEC) candidate Trevor Perrett won the resulting by-election on 16 April 1988. Perrett subsequently quit the CEC and joined the National Party in December 1988.
3 On 24 May 1988, the National member for South Coast, Russ Hinze, resigned following revelations of official corruption at the Fitzgerald Inquiry. National Party candidate Judy Gamin won the resulting by-election on 28 August 1988.
4 On 27 September 1988, the Labor member for Manly, Eric Shaw, resigned from the Labor Party following his loss of endorsement to contest the 1989 election. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.
5 On 20 January 1989, the National member for Merthyr, Don Lane, resigned following criminal proceedings resulting from the Fitzgerald Inquiry. Liberal Party candidate Santo Santoro won the resulting by-election on 13 May 1989.
6 On 3 June 1989, the member for Isis and Speaker of the Assembly, Lin Powell, left the National Party. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.
7 On 9 November 1989, shortly after the 1989 election had been called, the member for Whitsunday, Geoff Muntz, left the National Party. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.

See also


Preceded by
44th Assembly
45th Queensland Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by
46th Assembly
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