Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 2012–2015

This is a list of members of the 54th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 2012 to 2015, as elected at the 2012 election held on 24 March 2012.[1]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Barton, VerityVerity Barton LNP Broadwater 2012–present
Bates, RosRos Bates LNP Mudgeeraba 2009–present
Bennett, StephenStephen Bennett LNP Burnett 2012–present
Berry, IanIan Berry LNP Ipswich 2012–2015
Bleijie, JarrodJarrod Bleijie LNP Kawana 2009–present
Bligh, AnnaAnna Bligh [1] ALP South Brisbane 1995–2012
Boothman, MarkMark Boothman LNP Albert 2012–present
Byrne, BillBill Byrne ALP Rockhampton 2012–present
Cavallucci, RobertRobert Cavallucci LNP Brisbane Central 2012–2015
Choat, SeanSean Choat LNP Ipswich West 2012–2015
Costigan, JasonJason Costigan LNP Whitsunday 2012–present
Cox, SamSam Cox LNP Thuringowa 2012–2015
Crandon, MichaelMichael Crandon LNP Coomera 2009–present
Cripps, AndrewAndrew Cripps LNP Hinchinbrook 2006–present
Crisafulli, DavidDavid Crisafulli LNP Mundingburra 2012–2015
Cunningham, LizLiz Cunningham Independent Gladstone 1995–2015
D'Ath, YvetteYvette D'Ath [4] ALP Redcliffe 2014–present
Davies, SteveSteve Davies LNP Capalaba 2012–2015
Dr Davis, ChrisChris Davis [5] LNP Stafford 2012–2014
Davis, TracyTracy Davis LNP Aspley 2009–present
Dempsey, JackJack Dempsey LNP Bundaberg 2006–2015
Dickson, SteveSteve Dickson LNP Buderim 2006–present
Dillaway, AaronAaron Dillaway LNP Bulimba 2012–2015
Douglas, Dr AlexDr Alex Douglas LNP/Independent/
Gaven 2009–2015
Apr–Sep 2006
Dowling, PeterPeter Dowling LNP Redlands 2009–2015
Driscoll, ScottScott Driscoll LNP/Independent[4] Redcliffe 2012–2013
Elmes, GlenGlen Elmes LNP Noosa 2006–present
Emerson, ScottScott Emerson LNP Indooroopilly 2009–present
Flegg, Dr BruceDr Bruce Flegg LNP Moggill 2004–2015
France, LisaLisa France LNP Pumicestone 2012–2015
Frecklington, DebDeb Frecklington LNP Nanango 2012–present
Gibson, DavidDavid Gibson LNP Gympie 2006–2015
Grant, JohnJohn Grant LNP Springwood 2012–2015
Grimwade, DarrenDarren Grimwade LNP Morayfield 2012–2015
Gulley, RegReg Gulley LNP Murrumba 2012–2015
Hart, MichaelMichael Hart LNP Burleigh 2012–present
Hathaway, JohnJohn Hathaway LNP Townsville 2012–2015
Hobbs, HowardHoward Hobbs LNP Warrego 1986–2015
Holswich, SeathSeath Holswich LNP Pine Rivers 2012–2015
Hopper, RayRay Hopper LNP/KAP[2] Condamine 2001–2015
Johnson, VaughanVaughan Johnson LNP Gregory 1989–2015
Judge, CarlCarl Judge LNP/
Yeerongpilly 2012–2015
Katter, RobRob Katter KAP Mount Isa 2012–present
Kaye, IanIan Kaye LNP Greenslopes 2012–2015
Kempton, DavidDavid Kempton LNP Cook 2012–2015
King, GavinGavin King LNP Cairns 2012–2015
Knuth, ShaneShane Knuth KAP Dalrymple 2004–present
Krause, JonJon Krause LNP Beaudesert 2012–present
Langbroek, John-PaulJohn-Paul Langbroek LNP Surfers Paradise 2004–present
Latter, MikeMike Latter LNP Waterford 2012–2015
Dr Lynham, AnthonyAnthony Lynham [5] ALP Stafford 2014–present
McArdle, MarkMark McArdle LNP Caloundra 2004–present
McVeigh, JohnJohn McVeigh LNP Toowoomba South 2012–2016
Maddern, AnneAnne Maddern LNP Maryborough 2012–2015
Malone, TedTed Malone LNP Mirani 1994–2015
Mander, TimTim Mander LNP Everton 2012–present
Menkens, RosemaryRosemary Menkens LNP Burdekin 2004–2015
Millard, KerryKerry Millard LNP Sandgate 2012–2015
Miller, Jo-AnnJo-Ann Miller ALP Bundamba 2000–present
Minnikin, SteveSteve Minnikin LNP Chatsworth 2012–present
Molhoek, RobRob Molhoek LNP Southport 2012–present
Mulherin, TimTim Mulherin ALP Mackay 1995–2015
Newman, CampbellCampbell Newman LNP Ashgrove 2012–2015
Nicholls, TimTim Nicholls LNP Clayfield 2006–present
Ostapovitch, FreyaFreya Ostapovitch LNP Stretton 2012–2015
Palaszczuk, AnnastaciaAnnastacia Palaszczuk ALP Inala 2006–present
Pitt, CurtisCurtis Pitt ALP Mulgrave 2009–present
Powell, AndrewAndrew Powell LNP Glass House 2009–present
Pucci, MichaelMichael Pucci LNP Logan 2012–2015
Rice, SaxonSaxon Rice LNP Mount Coot-tha 2012–2015
Rickuss, IanIan Rickuss LNP Lockyer 2004–present
Robinson, MarkMark Robinson LNP Cleveland 2009–present
Ruthenberg, TrevorTrevor Ruthenberg LNP Kallangur 2012–2015
Scott, DesleyDesley Scott ALP Woodridge 2001–2015
Seeney, JeffJeff Seeney LNP Callide 1998–present
Shorten, AnthonyAnthony Shorten LNP Algester 2012–2015
Shuttleworth, DaleDale Shuttleworth LNP Ferny Grove 2012–2015
Simpson, FionaFiona Simpson LNP Maroochydore 1992–present
Smith, TarnyaTarnya Smith LNP Mount Ommaney 2012–present
Sorensen, TedTed Sorensen LNP Hervey Bay 2009–present
Springborg, LawrenceLawrence Springborg LNP Southern Downs 1989–present
Stevens, RayRay Stevens LNP Mermaid Beach 2006–present
Stewart, MarkMark Stewart LNP Sunnybank 2012–2015
Stuckey, JannJann Stuckey LNP Currumbin 2004–present
Symes, NeilNeil Symes LNP Lytton 2012–2015
Trad, JackieJackie Trad [1] ALP South Brisbane 2012–present
Trout, MichaelMichael Trout LNP Barron River 2012–2015
Walker, IanIan Walker LNP Mansfield 2012–present
Watts, TrevorTrevor Watts LNP Toowoomba North 2012–present
Wellington, PeterPeter Wellington Independent Nicklin 1998–present
Woodforth, JasonJason Woodforth LNP Nudgee 2012–2015
Young, BruceBruce Young LNP Keppel 2012–2015


1 South Brisbane Labor MP and former Premier Anna Bligh resigned on 30 March 2012. Labor candidate Jackie Trad won the resulting by-election on 28 April 2012.
2 Condamine MP Ray Hopper resigned from the Liberal National Party and joined Katter's Australian Party on 24 November 2012.
3 Gaven MP Alex Douglas and Yeerongpilly MP Carl Judge resigned from the Liberal National Party on 29 November 2012 and subsequently sat as independents until they joined the Palmer United Party on 30 April 2013. Douglas subsequently resigned from the Palmer United Party in August 2014 and sat again as an independent. Judge resigned from the Palmer United Party in October 2014 and sat again as an independent.[2]
4 Redcliffe MP Scott Driscoll was suspended from the Liberal National Party on 25 March 2013, and resigned from the party the following month. He subsequently sat as an independent until he resigned from Parliament on 19 November 2013. Labor candidate Yvette D'Ath won the resulting by-election on 22 February 2014.
5 Stafford Liberal National MP Chris Davis resigned on 23 May 2014. Labor candidate Anthony Lynham won the resulting by-election on 19 July 2014.

See also


Preceded by
53rd Assembly
54th Queensland Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by
55th Assembly
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