Treasurer of Queensland

The Treasurer of Queensland, previously styled Colonial Treasurer of Queensland, is the title held by the Cabinet minister who is responsible for the financial management of Queensland Government in Australia. The public service department who operate under the direction of the Treasurer is known as the Queensland Treasury.[1]. The department is occupying new offices at 1 William Street in the Brisbane central business district.

Treasurer of Queensland
Incumbent
Jackie Trad

since 12 December 2017
StyleThe Honourable
AppointerGovernor of Queensland
Term lengthAt the Governor's pleasure
Formation15 December 1859
First holderSir Robert Mackenzie, 10th Baronet

List of Queensland Treasurers

No.TreasurerPartyTerm[2]
1Sir Robert Mackenzie, Bt15 Dec 1859 – 4 Aug 1862
2Thomas Moffatt4 Aug 1862 – 2 Oct 1864
3Joshua Bell22 Dec 1864 – 20 Jul 1866
4John McLean21 July 1866 – 16 Dec 1866
5John Douglas19 Dec 1866 – 21 May 1867
6Thomas Stephens21 May 1867 – 15 Aug 1867
(1)Sir Robert Mackenzie, Bt15 Aug 1867 – 25 Nov 1868
7Thomas Fitzgerald25 Nov 1868 – 27 Jan 1869
(6)Thomas Stephens27 Jan 1869 – 3 May 1870
8Robert Ramsay3 May 1870 – 28 Mar 1871
(3)Sir Joshua Bell28 Mar 1871 – 8 Jan 1874
9William Hemmant8 Jan 1874 – 5 Jun 1876
10Sir James Dickson5 Jun 1876 – 21 Jan 1879
11Sir Thomas McIlwraith, KCMG21 Jan 1879 – 5 Jan 1882
12Archibald Archer5 Jan 1882 – 13 Nov 1883
13Sir James Garrick, QC13 Nov 1883 – 31 Dec 1883
(10)Sir James Dickson31 Dec 1883 – 17 Aug 1887
14Sir Samuel Griffith, KCMG, QC17 Aug 1887 – 13 Jun 1888
(11)Sir Thomas McIlwraith, KCMG13 Jun 1888 – 30 Nov 1888
15William Pattison30 Nov 1888 – 19 Nov 1889
16John Donaldson19 Nov 1889 – 12 Aug 1890
(11)Sir Thomas McIlwraith, KCMGMinisterialist12 Aug 1890 – 27 Mar 1893
17Sir Hugh Nelson, KCMGMinisterialist27 Mar 1893 – 2 Mar 1898
18Sir Robert Philp, KCMGMinisterial2 Mar 1898 – 1 Dec 1899
19William KidstonLabour1 Dec 1899 – 7 Dec 1899
(18)Sir Robert Philp, KCMGMinisterial7 Dec 1899 – 1 Feb 1901
20Thomas CribbMinisterial1 Feb 1901 – 17 Sep 1903
(19)William KidstonMinisterial17 Sep 1903 – 19 Nov 1907
(18)Sir Robert Philp, KCMGMinisterial19 Nov 1907 – 18 Feb 1908
21Peter AireyKidston/Opposition18 Feb 1908 – 29 Oct 1908
22Arthur HawthornMinisterial29 Oct 1908 – 7 Feb 1911
23Walter BarnesMinisterial7 Feb 1911 – 1 Jun 1915
24Ted TheodoreAustralian Labor Party1 Jun 1915 – 9 Mar 1920
25John FihellyAustralian Labor Party9 Mar 1920 – 8 Feb 1922
(24)Ted TheodoreAustralian Labor Party8 Feb 1922 – 26 Feb 1925
26William GilliesAustralian Labor Party26 Feb 1925 – 22 Oct 1925
27William McCormackAustralian Labor Party22 Oct 1925 – 21 May 1929
(23)Walter BarnesCountry and Progressive National Party21 May 1929 – 17 Jun 1932
28William SmithAustralian Labor Party17 Jun 1932 – 12 Apr 1938
29Frank CooperAustralian Labor Party12 Apr 1938 – 27 Apr 1944
30Ned HanlonAustralian Labor Party27 Apr 1944 – 7 Mar 1946
31James LarcombeAustralian Labor Party7 Mar 1946 – 10 May 1950
32Vince GairAustralian Labor Party10 May 1950 – 17 Jan 1952
33Ted WalshAustralian Labor Party17 Jan 1952 – 12 Aug 1957
34Sir Thomas Hiley, KBELiberal Party of Australia12 Aug 1957 – 23 Dec 1965
35Sir Gordon Chalk, KBELiberal Party of Australia23 Dec 1965 – 13 Aug 1976
36Sir William KnoxLiberal Party of Australia13 Aug 1976 – 15 Dec 1978
37Sir Llewellyn EdwardsLiberal Party of Australia15 Dec 1978 – 18 Aug 1983
38Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen, KCMGNational Party of Australia19 Aug 1983 – 1 Dec 1987
39Mike AhernNational Party of Australia1 Dec 1987 – 25 Sep 1989
40Russell CooperNational Party of Australia25 Sep 1989 – 7 Dec 1989
41Keith De LacyAustralian Labor Party7 Dec 1989 – 19 Feb 1996
42Joan SheldonLiberal Party19 Feb 1996 – 26 Jun 1998
43David HamillAustralian Labor Party29 Jun 1998 – 21 Feb 2001
44Terry MackenrothAustralian Labor Party22 Feb 2001 – 25 Jul 2005
45Peter BeattieAustralian Labor Party28 Jul 2005 – 2 Feb 2006
46Anna BlighAustralian Labor Party2 Feb 2006 – 13 Sep 2007
47Andrew FraserAustralian Labor Party13 Sep 2007 – 26 Mar 2012
48Tim NichollsLiberal National Party26 Mar 2012 – 14 Feb 2015
49Curtis PittAustralian Labor Party14 Feb 2015 – 12 Dec 2017
50Jackie TradAustralian Labor Party12 Dec 2017 – present

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