Queensland Cabinet Reshuffle
On Thursday, 18th May 2023, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced a reshuffle of her cabinet.
Minister Yvette D’ath and Attorney General, Shannon Fentiman have exchanged portfolios.
Yvette D’Ath will be reassuming her former position as Attorney-General, a position she held from 2017 until the state election in October 2020. She will also take on the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence portfolio.
Shannon Fentiman will take on the Health Portfolio. She remains the Minister for Women.
Other notable changes include:
- Minister Scanlon will now serve as Minister for Housing.
- Minister Di Farmer, who was youth justice minister until 2020, returns to the role.
- Minister Crawford will serve as Minister for Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services.
- Minister Linard will serve as the Minister for the Environment and Great Barrier Reef, Science and Multicultural Affairs.
- Minister Bailey will add Minister for Digital Services to his existing portfolios.
- Minister Enoch will add Minister for Treaty, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships while remaining the Minister for Communities and Arts.
As no backbenchers were promoted, the members of the cabinet remain unchanged.
For more information, please contact Queensland director Emma Ramage on +61 430 811 929
|Hon Annastacia Palaszczuk||Premier of Queensland|
Minister for the Olympic and Paralympic Games
|Hon Dr Steven Miles||Deputy Premier|
Minister for State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning
Minister Assisting the Premier on Olympics Infrastructure
|Hon Cameron Dick||Treasurer|
Minister for Trade and Investment
|Hon Glenn Butcher||Minister for Regional Development and Manufacturing and Minister for Water|
|Hon Scott Stewart||Minister for Resources|
|Hon Yvette D’Ath||Attorney-General and Minister for Justice|
Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence
|Hon Stirling Hinchliffe||Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport|
Minister Assisting the Premier on Olympics and Paralympics Sport and Engagement
|Hon Grace Grace||Minister for Education|
Minister for Industrial Relations
Minister for Racing
|Hon Mark Bailey||Minister for Transport and Main Roads|
Minister for Digital Services
|Hon Michael (Mick) de Brenni||Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen|
Minister for Public Works and Procurement
|Hon Shannon Fentiman||Minister for Health and Ambulance Services|
Minister for Mental Health
Minister for Women
|Hon Mark Ryan||Minister for Police and Corrective Services|
Minister for Fire and Emergency Services
|Hon Mark Furner||Minister for Agricultural IndustryDevelopment and Fisheries|
Minister for Rural Communities
|Hon Leeanne Enoch||Minister for Treaty|
Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships
Minister for Communities
Minister for the Arts
|Hon Dianne (Di) Farmer||Minister for Employment and Small Business|
Minister for Training and Skills Development
Minister for Youth Justice
|Hon Craig Crawford||Minister for Seniors and Disability Services|
Minister for Child Safety
|Hon Meaghan Scanlon||Minister for Housing|
|Hon Leanne Linard||Minister for the Environment and the Great Barrier Reef|
Minister for Science
Minister for Multicultural Affairs
|Ms Brittany Lauga||Assistant Minister for Health and Regional Health Infrastructure|
|Mr Bart Mellish||Assistant Minister to the Premier for Veterans’ Affairs and the Public Sector|
|Ms Nikki Boyd||Assistant Minister for Local Government|
|Mrs Charis Mullen||Assistant Minister for Treasury|
|Ms Brittany Lauga||Assistant Minister for Education|
|Mr Bruce Saunders||Assistant Minister for Train Manufacturing and Regional Roads|
|Mr Lance McCallum||Assistant Minister for Energy|
|Mr Michael Healy||Assistant Minister for Tourism Industry Development|