Electoral district of Cunningham
Prior to its abolition, the district occupied an area of the Darling Downs, south and west of Toowoomba. Historically it was centred on the town of Clifton. The eastern portion of Cunningham drew voters from the southern suburbs of Toowoomba. There were also a number of small rural towns in the electorate, including Pittsworth, Millmerran and Cambooya, but no major centres.
In 2008, Cunningham was abolished—with effect at the 2009 state election—following a redistribution undertaken by the Electoral Commission of Queensland. Its former territory and voters were split between the districts of Toowoomba South, Southern Downs and the new seat of Condamine.
Members for Cunningham
|Thomas McGahan||Farmer's Representative||1896–1899|
|Francis Kates||Independent Ministerialist||1899–1903|
|Sir Alan Fletcher||Country||1953–1974|