1912 Queensland state election
All 72 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland
37 Assembly seats were needed for a majority
The election was the first for the recently formed Liberal government of Digby Denham, who had been premier since 7 February 1911. The opposition Labor Party was led by David Bowman, who had been Labor leader since 15 April 1907.
Denham and his government were returned to office despite a swing to Labor of almost 10 percent. This was largely due to winning newly created seats in rural areas, while losing seats in Brisbane which mostly went to Labor.
|Summary of votes by party|