Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 2017–2020

This is a list of members of the 56th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 2017 to 2020, as elected at the 2017 election held on 25 November 2017.

Name Party District Term
Stephen AndrewOne NationMirani2017–present
Hon Mark BaileyLaborMiller2015–present
Ros BatesLNPMudgeeraba2009–present
David BattLNPBundaberg2017–present
Stephen BennettLNPBurnett2012–present
Michael BerkmanGreensMaiwar2017–present
Jarrod BleijieLNPKawana2009–present
Sandy BoltonIndependentNoosa2017–present
Mark BoothmanLNPTheodore2012–present
Colin BoyceLNPCallide2017–present
Nikki BoydLaborPine Rivers2015–present
Don BrownLaborCapalaba2015–present
Glenn ButcherLaborGladstone2015–present
Jason Costigan[lower-alpha 1]LNP/Independent/North Queensland FirstWhitsunday2012–present
Michael CrandonLNPCoomera2009–present
Craig CrawfordLaborBarron River2015–present
David CrisafulliLNPBroadwater2012–2015, 2017–present
Hon Yvette D'AthLaborRedcliffe2014–present
Nick DamettoKAPHinchinbrook2017–present
Hon Mick de BrenniLaborSpringwood2015–present
Hon Cameron DickLaborWoodridge2009–2012, 2015–present
Hon Leeanne EnochLaborAlgester2015–present
Hon Di FarmerLaborBulimba2009–2012, 2015–present
Hon Shannon FentimanLaborWaterford2015–present
Deb FrecklingtonLNPNanango2012–present
Hon Mark FurnerLaborFerny Grove2015–present
Julieanne GilbertLaborMackay2015–present
Hon Grace GraceLaborMcConnel2007–2012, 2015–present
Aaron HarperLaborThuringowa2015–present
Michael HartLNPBurleigh2012–present
Michael HealyLaborCairns2017–present
Hon Stirling HinchliffeLaborSandgate2006–2012, 2015–present
Jennifer HowardLaborIpswich2015–present
Marty HuntLNPNicklin2017–present
David JanetzkiLNPToowoomba South2016–present
Hon Kate JonesLaborCooper2006–2012, 2015–present
Robbie KatterKAPTraeger2012–present
Joe KellyLaborGreenslopes2015–present
Shane KingLaborKurwongbah2015–present
Shane KnuthKAPHill2004–present
Jon KrauseLNPScenic Rim2012–present
John-Paul LangbroekLNPSurfers Paradise2004–present
Dale LastLNPBurdekin2015–present
Brittany LaugaLaborKeppel2015–present
Ann LeahyLNPWarrego2015–present
Leanne LinardLaborNudgee2015–present
James ListerLNPSouthern Downs2017–present
Cynthia LuiLaborCook2017–present
Hon Dr Anthony LynhamLaborStafford2014–present
Jim MaddenLaborIpswich West2015–present
Tim ManderLNPEverton2012–present
Mark McArdleLNPCaloundra2004–present
Jim McDonaldLNPLockyer2017–present
Melissa McMahonLaborMacalister2017–present
Corrine McMillanLaborMansfield2017–present
Bart MellishLaborAspley2017–present
Brent MickelbergLNPBuderim2017–present
Hon Steven MilesLaborMurrumba2015–present
Lachlan MillarLNPGregory2015–present
Jo-Ann MillerLaborBundamba2000–present
Steve MinnikinLNPChatsworth2012–present
Rob MolhoekLNPSouthport2012–present
Charis MullenLaborJordan2017–present
Tim NichollsLNPClayfield2006–present
Sam O'ConnorLNPBonney2017–present
Barry O'RourkeLaborRockhampton2017–present
Hon Coralee O'RourkeLaborMundingburra2015–present
Hon Annastacia PalaszczukLaborInala2006–present
Joan PeaseLaborLytton2015–present
Duncan PeggLaborStretton2015–present
Tony PerrettLNPGympie2015–present
Hon Curtis PittLaborMulgrave2009–present
Andrew PowellLNPGlass House2009–present
Linus PowerLaborLogan2015–present
Jess PughLaborMount Ommaney2017–present
Dan PurdieLNPNinderry2017–present
Kim RichardsLaborRedlands2017–present
Mark RobinsonLNPOodgeroo2009–present
Dr Christian RowanLNPMoggill2015–present
Peter RussoLaborToohey2015–present
Hon Mark RyanLaborMorayfield2009–2012, 2015–present
Bruce SaundersLaborMaryborough2015–present
Meaghan ScanlonLaborGaven2017–present
Fiona SimpsonLNPMaroochydore1992–present
Ted SorensenLNPHervey Bay2009–present
Ray StevensLNPMermaid Beach2006–present
Scott StewartLaborTownsville2015–present
Jann StuckeyLNPCurrumbin2004–present
Hon Jackie TradLaborSouth Brisbane2012–present
Trevor WattsLNPToowoomba North2012–present
Pat WeirLNPCondamine2015–present
Chris WhitingLaborBancroft2015–present
Simone WilsonLNPPumicestone2017–present

Notes

  1. Costigan was originally elected as a Liberal National Party MP though he was expelled from the party on 1 February 2019. He continued to sit in parliament as an Independent until forming the North Queensland First Party on 31 October 2019.

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