Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1995–1998

This is a list of members of the 48th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1995 to 1998, as elected at the 1995 state election held on 15 July 1995.[1]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Len Ardill Labor Archerfield 1986–1998
Tom Barton Labor Waterford 1992–2006
Bill Baumann National Albert 1995–2001
Hon Denver Beanland Liberal Indooroopilly 1986–2001
Peter Beattie Labor Brisbane Central 1989–2007
Lorraine Bird Labor Whitsunday 1989–1998
Anna Bligh Labor South Brisbane 1995–2012
Hon Rob Borbidge National Surfers Paradise 1980–2001
Hon Paul Braddy Labor Kedron 1985–2001
Steve Bredhauer Labor Cook 1989–2004
Darryl Briskey Labor Cleveland 1989–2006
Hon Tom Burns [2] Labor Lytton 1972–1996
Clem Campbell Labor Bundaberg 1983–1998
Frank Carroll Liberal Mansfield 1995–1998
Hon Ray Connor Liberal Nerang 1989–2001
Hon Russell Cooper National Crows Nest 1983–2001
Liz Cunningham Independent Gladstone 1995–2015
Bill D'Arcy Labor Woodridge 1972–1974, 1977–2000
Hon Bruce Davidson Liberal Noosa 1992–2001
Ken Davies [1] Labor Mundingburra 1989–1995
Hon Keith De Lacy Labor Cairns 1983–1998
Bob Dollin Labor Maryborough 1989–1998
Wendy Edmond Labor Mount Coot-tha 1989–2004
Hon Jim Elder Labor Capalaba 1989–2001
Tony Elliott National Cunningham 1974–2001
Tony Fitzgerald National Lockyer 1980–1998
Hon Matt Foley Labor Yeronga 1989–2001
Jim Fouras Labor Ashgrove 1977–1986, 1989–2006
Judy Gamin National Burleigh 1988–1989, 1992–2001
Hon Bob Gibbs Labor Bundamba 1977–1999
Hon Tom Gilmore National Tablelands 1986–1998
John Goss Liberal Aspley 1989–2001
Hon Wayne Goss Labor Logan 1983–1998
Allan Grice National Broadwater 1992–2001
Hon David Hamill Labor Ipswich 1983–2001
Bob Harper Liberal Mount Ommaney 1995–1998
Hon Ken Hayward Labor Kallangur 1986–2009
Graham Healy National Toowoomba North 1992–2001
John Hegarty National Redlands 1995–2001
Hon Howard Hobbs National Warrego 1986–2015
Ray Hollis Labor Redcliffe 1989–2005
Hon Mike Horan National Toowoomba South 1991–2012
Hon Vaughan Johnson National Gregory 1989–2015
Bruce Laming Liberal Mooloolah 1992–2001
Linda Lavarch [3] Labor Kurwongbah 1997–2009
Hon Vince Lester National Keppel 1974–2004
Hon Kev Lingard National Beaudesert 1983–2009
Hon Brian Littleproud National Western Downs 1983–2001
Don Livingstone Labor Ipswich West 1989–1998, 2001–2006
Paul Lucas [2] Labor Lytton 1996–2012
Hon Di McCauley National Callide 1986–1998
Ken McElligott Labor Thuringowa 1983–1998
Hon Tony McGrady Labor Mount Isa 1989–2006
Hon Terry Mackenroth Labor Chatsworth 1977–2005
Ted Malone National Mirani 1994–2015
Hon Glen Milliner Labor Ferny Grove 1977–1998
Rob Mitchell National Charters Towers 1992–2001
Tim Mulherin Labor Mackay 1995–2015
Bill Nunn Labor Hervey Bay 1989–1998
Gordon Nuttall Labor Sandgate 1992–2006
Henry Palaszczuk Labor Inala 1984–2006
Jim Pearce Labor Fitzroy 1989–2009, 2015-present
Hon Trevor Perrett National Barambah 1988–1998
Pat Purcell Labor Bulimba 1992–2009
Hon Bob Quinn Liberal Merrimac 1989–2006
Ted Radke Liberal Greenslopes 1995–1998
Neil Roberts Labor Nudgee 1995–2012
Stephen Robertson Labor Sunnybank 1992–2012
Merri Rose Labor Currumbin 1992–2004
Marc Rowell National Hinchinbrook 1989–2006
Hon Santo Santoro Liberal Clayfield 1989–2001
Robert Schwarten Labor Rockhampton 1989–1992, 1995–2012
Hon Joan Sheldon Liberal Caloundra 1990–2004
Fiona Simpson National Maroochydore 1992–present
Hon Doug Slack National Burnett 1986–2001
Hon Geoff Smith Labor Townsville 1980–1998
Judy Spence Labor Mount Gravatt 1989–2012
Lawrence Springborg National Warwick 1989–present
Len Stephan National Gympie 1979–2001
Mark Stoneman National Burdekin 1983–1998
Jon Sullivan Labor Caboolture 1989–1998
Terry Sullivan Labor Chermside 1991–2006
Frank Tanti [1] Liberal Mundingburra 1996–1998
Hon Neil Turner National Nicklin 1974–1986, 1991–1998
Hon Mick Veivers National Southport 1987–2001
Lyn Warwick Liberal Barron River 1995–1998
Dr David Watson Liberal Moggill 1989–2004
Rod Welford Labor Everton 1989–2009
Hon Dean Wells Labor Murrumba 1986–2012
Naomi Wilson National Mulgrave 1995–1998
Margaret Woodgate [3] Labor Kurwongbah 1989–1997
Luke Woolmer Liberal Springwood 1995–1998
1 The Labor member for Mundingburra, Ken Davies, was initially declared re-elected at the 1995 election by a margin of 16 votes, but the result was overturned by the Court of Disputed Returns on 8 December 1995. Liberal candidate Frank Tanti won the resulting by-election on 3 February 1996, resulting in the Goss Ministry being defeated on the floor of the Assembly.
2 On 16 May 1996, the Labor member for Lytton, Tom Burns, resigned. Labor candidate Paul Lucas won the resulting by-election on 5 October 1996.
3 On 17 March 1997, the Labor member for Kurwongbah, Margaret Woodgate, resigned. Labor candidate Linda Lavarch won the resulting by-election on 24 May 1997.

See also


Preceded by
47th Assembly
48th Queensland Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by
49th Assembly
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