Marty Hunt

Martin Hunt (born 12 February 1970) is an Australian politician. He has been the Liberal National Party member for Nicklin in the Queensland Legislative Assembly since 2017.[1]

Marty Hunt

Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Nicklin
Assumed office
25 November 2017
Preceded byPeter Wellington
Personal details
Born (1970-02-12) 12 February 1970
Windsor, New South Wales
Political partyLiberal National Party
OccupationPolice officer

Prior to his election, Hunt was a Sergeant in the Queensland Police Service, assigned to the Sunshine Coast (Nambour) PCYC (Police-Citizens Youth Club).[2].

Sworn in to the Queensland Police Service on 7th July 1989 after training 18 months as a Cadet, Hunt served 30 years as a Queensland Police Officer serving in Inala, Oxley District CIB, Sunshine Coast Child Abuse Unit and CPIU before being appointed officer in charge PCYC Sunshine Coast in May 2000.

Hunt made his inaugural speech on 20th March 2018 paying tribute to his family, police colleagues and volunteers. He described his catholic school upbringing, values instilled over time and passion for Police mental health and improvements to the justice system. His inaugural speech can be viewed here

Marty HUNT MP is an inaugural member of the "Scrum Cup" commencing in 1999 winning the prestigious tipping comp in 2011, 2017 and 2019.


  1. Green, Antony. "Nicklin". Queensland Election 2017. Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
  2. Vogler, Sarah (8 May 2017). "Liberal National Party selects new candidates for key Sunshine Coast seats". The Courier-Mail. Retrieved 29 November 2017.
Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Peter Wellington
Member for Nicklin

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