Young LNP

The Young Liberal National Party, or the Young LNP, is the youth division of the Liberal National Party of Queensland, and membership is open to those between 16 and 30 years of age.[1] It exists only in Queensland, and is affiliated both with the federal Young Liberal Movement[2] and the federal Young Nationals.[3]

Young LNP
PresidentNelson Savanh
Headquarters66-68 Bowen Street, Spring Hill QLD 4004

The Young LNP aims to provide a setting for young people aged between 16 and 30 to express their political views and contribute to the shaping of Queensland’s political landscape. They provide the LNP with new ideas and policies designed to keep the Party in touch with mainstream youth.

Current Executive

The executive of the Young LNP is elected by branch delegates at the Young LNP Convention held in May each year.

Elected officials

Name Constituency Government
Lisa Atwood Councillor for Doboy Ward Brisbane City Council
Ryan Murphy Councillor for Chandler Ward Brisbane City Council
Sam O'Connor Member for Bonney Queensland Parliament

Branches across Queensland

The Young LNP is made up of local branches, which are spread across the state from the Gold Coast in the south to Cairns in the north. The branch is the basic party unit and it is in branches that most Young LNP activities take place. Members of the Young LNP are all members of a branch of their choice located in their region. Branches meet regularly, have social functions, assist in election campaigns, debate policy, and are self-governed by their own executive committees. The following is a list of the branches which make up the Young LNP:

  • Bowman YLNP
  • Brisbane Central YLNP
  • Brisbane North YLNP
  • Brisbane West YLNP
  • Capricornia YLNP (Rockhampton)
  • Dawson YLNP (Mackay)
  • Far North Queensland YLNP (Cairns)
  • Gold Coast YLNP
  • Lilley YLNP
  • Moreton YLNP
  • Northern YLNP (Townsville)
  • Ryan YLNP
  • South Brisbane YLNP
  • South West Queensland YLNP
  • Sunshine Coast YLNP
  • Wide Bay YLNP


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