2021 Western Australian Cabinet
On 18 March 2021, following the Western Australian (WA) state election and the re-election of a Labor government, Premier Mark McGowan has announced his new Cabinet.
- Mark McGowan will now also assume the role of Treasurer
- Michelle Roberts will now leave the Cabinet to become the first female Speaker in the Legislative Assembly
- Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development for Hydrogen – Alannah MacTiernan
- Minster for Medical Research – Roger Cook
- Minister for Climate Action – Amber-Jade Sanderson
- Amber-Jade Sanderson
Amber-Jade Sanderson was first elected to the Legislative Council for the East Metropolitan Region in April 2013. Sanderson was then elected to the Legislative Assembly for the seat of Morley in March 2017. Anderson was previously an Assistant Secretary for United Voice in WA.
- Don Punch
Don Punch was first elected in March of 2017 for the seat of Bunbury. He holds a Bachelor of Psychology and a Master of Business Administration. Punch previously worked as a social worker and an executive in the public service.
- Reece Whitby
Reece Whitby was first elected to the seat of Baldivis, a new seat, in March 2017. Prior to entering parliament, Whitby worked as a Media Adviser and Journalist.
- Tony Buti
Tony Buti was elected for Armadale at a by-election in October 2010. Buti holds a Bachelor of Laws and a PhD specialising in guardianship law. Prior to entering parliament, Buti lectured at Murdoch University.
- John Carey
John Carey was first elected to the seat of Perth in March 2017. Prior to this, Carey was the Mayor for the City of Vincent from 2013-2017.
|Premier; Treasurer; Minister for Public Sector Management Minister for Federal-State Relations||Mark McGowan MLA|
|Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Minister for Medical Research; Minister for State Development; Minister for Jobs and Trade; Minister for Science||Roger Cook MLA|
|Minister for Education and Training; Leader in the Legislative Council||Sue Ellery MLC|
|Minister for Mental Health; Minister for Aboriginal Affairs; Minister for Industrial Relations; Deputy Leader in the Legislative Council||Stephen Dawson MLC|
|Minister for Regional Development; Minister for Agriculture and Food; Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development for Hydrogen||Alannah MacTiernan MLC|
|Minister for Tourism; Minister for Culture and the Arts; Minister for Heritage; Leader of the House||David Templeman MLA|
|Attorney General; Minister for Electoral Affairs||John Quigley MLA|
|Minister for Police; Minister for Road Safety; Minister for Defence Industry; Minister for Veterans Issues||Paul Papalia MLA|
|Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Minister for Energy; Minister for Corrective Services||Bill Johnston MLA|
|Minister for Transport; Minister for Planning; Minister for Ports||Rita Saffioti MLA|
|Minister for Finance; Minister for Lands; Minister for Sport and Recreation; Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests||Dr Tony Buti MLA|
|Minister for Child Protection; Minister for Women’s Interests; Minister for Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence; Minister for Community Services||Simone McGurk MLA|
|Minister for Water; Minister for Forestry; Minister for Youth||Dave Kelly MLA|
|Minister for Environment; Minister for Climate Action; Minister for Commerce||Amber-Jade Sanderson MLA|
|Minister for Housing; Minister for Local Government||John Carey MLA|
|Minister for Disability Services; Minister for Fisheries; Minister for Innovation and ICT; Minister for Seniors and Ageing||Don Punch MLA|
|Minister for Emergency Services; Minister for Racing and Gaming; Minister for Small Business; Minister for Volunteering||Reece Whitby MLA|
|Cabinet Secretary||David Michael MLA|
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