Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 2004–2006

This is a list of members of the 51st Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 2004 to 2006, as elected at the 2004 state election held on 7 February 2004.[1]

Name Party District Term of office
Julie Attwood Labor Mount Ommaney 1998–2012
Bonny Barry Labor Aspley 2001–2009
Hon Tom Barton Labor Waterford 1992–2006
Hon Peter Beattie Labor Brisbane Central 1989–2007
Hon Anna Bligh Labor South Brisbane 1995–2012
Hon Desley Boyle Labor Cairns 1998–2012
Darryl Briskey Labor Cleveland 1989–2006
Michael Caltabiano [2] Liberal Chatsworth 2005–2006
Michael Choi Labor Capalaba 2001–2012
Liddy Clark Labor Clayfield 2001–2006
Dr Lesley Clark Labor Barron River 1989–1995, 1998–2006
Stuart Copeland National Cunningham 2001–2009
Peta-Kaye Croft Labor Broadwater 2001–2012
Hon Chris Cummins Labor Kawana 2001–2006
Liz Cunningham Independent Gladstone 1995–2015
Hon Nita Cunningham Labor Bundaberg 1998–2006
Dr Alex Douglas [3] National Gaven 2006, 2009–2015
John English Labor Redlands 2001–2009
Gary Fenlon Labor Greenslopes 1989–1995, 1998–2009
Simon Finn Labor Yeerongpilly 2004–2012
Dr Bruce Flegg Liberal Moggill 2004–2015
Chris Foley Independent Maryborough 2003–2012
Hon Jim Fouras Labor Ashgrove 1977–1986, 1989–2006
Andrew Fraser Labor Mount Coot-tha 2004–2012
Hon Ken Hayward Labor Kallangur 1986–2012
Howard Hobbs National Warrego 1986–2015
Hon Ray Hollis [1] Labor Redcliffe 1989–2005
Paul Hoolihan Labor Keppel 2004–2012
Ray Hopper National Darling Downs 2001–2015
Mike Horan National Toowoomba South 1991–2012
Jan Jarratt Labor Whitsunday 2001–2012
Vaughan Johnson National Gregory 1989–2015
Hon Margaret Keech Labor Albert 2001–2012
Shane Knuth National Charters Towers 2004–present
John-Paul Langbroek Liberal Surfers Paradise 2004–present
Linda Lavarch Labor Kurwongbah 1997–2009
Peter Lawlor Labor Southport 2001–2012
Ronan Lee Labor Indooroopilly 2001–2009
Rosa Lee Long One Nation Tablelands 2001–2009
Hon Kev Lingard National Beaudesert 1983–2009
Don Livingstone Labor Ipswich West 1989–1998, 2001–2006
Hon Paul Lucas Labor Lytton 1996–2012
Hon Terry Mackenroth [2] Labor Chatsworth 1977–2005
Carolyn Male Labor Glass House 2001–2012
Ted Malone National Mirani 1994–2015
Mark McArdle Liberal Caloundra 2004–2020
Hon Tony McGrady Labor Mount Isa 1989–2006
Andrew McNamara Labor Hervey Bay 2001–2009
Rosemary Menkens National Burdekin 2004–2015
Rob Messenger National Burnett 2004–2012
Hon John Mickel Labor Logan 1998–2012
Jo-Ann Miller Labor Bundamba 2000–2020
Cate Molloy Labor/Independent [4] Noosa 2001–2006
Hon Tim Mulherin Labor Mackay 1995–2015
Lindy Nelson-Carr Labor Mundingburra 1998–2012
Rachel Nolan Labor Ipswich 2001–2012
Hon Gordon Nuttall Labor Sandgate 1992–2006
Jason O'Brien Labor Cook 2004–2012
Hon Henry Palaszczuk Labor Inala 1984–2006
Jim Pearce Labor Fitzroy 1989–2009, 2015–2017
Hon Warren Pitt Labor Mulgrave 1989–1995, 1998–2009
Robert Poole [3] Labor Gaven 2001–2006
Dorothy Pratt Independent Nanango 1998–2012
Pat Purcell Labor Bulimba 1992–2009
Bob Quinn Liberal Robina 1989–2006
Phil Reeves Labor Mansfield 1998–2012
Dianne Reilly Labor Mudgeeraba 2001–2009
Hon Mike Reynolds Labor Townsville 1998–2009
Ian Rickuss National Lockyer 2004–2017
Elisa Roberts Independent Gympie 2001–2006
Neil Roberts Labor Nudgee 1995–2012
Hon Stephen Robertson Labor Stretton 1992–2012
Terry Rogers [1] Liberal Redcliffe 2005–2006
Marc Rowell National Hinchinbrook 1989–2006
Hon Robert Schwarten Labor Rockhampton 1989–1992, 1995–2012
Desley Scott Labor Woodridge 2001–2015
Jeff Seeney National Callide 1998–2017
Kerry Shine Labor Toowoomba North 2001–2012
Fiona Simpson National Maroochydore 1992–present
Christine Smith Labor Burleigh 2001–2012
Hon Judy Spence Labor Mount Gravatt 1989–2012
Lawrence Springborg National Southern Downs 1989–2017
Barbara Stone Labor Springwood 2001–2012
Karen Struthers Labor Algester 1998–2012
Jann Stuckey Liberal Currumbin 2004–2020
Carryn Sullivan Labor Pumicestone 2001–2012
Terry Sullivan Labor Stafford 1991–2006
Craig Wallace Labor Thuringowa 2004–2012
Hon Rod Welford Labor Everton 1989–2009
Peter Wellington Independent Nicklin 1998–2017
Hon Dean Wells Labor Murrumba 1986–2012
Geoff Wilson Labor Ferny Grove 1998–2012
1 On 21 July 2005, the Labor member for Redcliffe, Ray Hollis, resigned. Liberal candidate Terry Rogers won the resulting by-election on 20 August 2005.
2 On 25 July 2005, the Labor member for Chatsworth and former Deputy Premier, Terry Mackenroth, resigned. Liberal candidate Michael Caltabiano won the resulting by-election on 20 August 2005.
3 On 28 February 2006, the Labor member for Gaven, Robert Poole, resigned. National Party candidate Dr Alex Douglas won the resulting by-election on 1 April 2006.
4 The member for Noosa, Cate Molloy, left the Labor Party on 20 August 2006 after losing preselection to recontest her seat at the 2006 election. She served out the final month of her term as an independent.

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  1. ^ "Table 1. Precis of results of Queensland state elections 1932 to 2012" (PDF). Queensland Parliament. Retrieved 16 December 2013.