Electoral district of Dalrymple
|Party||Katter's Australian Party|
|Namesake||Dalrymple National Park|
Based in inland northern Queensland, Dalrymple is a north–south elongated electorate, running from the Atherton Tableland west of Cairns at its northern end, down to areas west of Mackay at its southern end. Towns in the electorate include Charters Towers, Moranbah, Atherton and Herberton.
Dalrymple was first created for the 2009 election from parts of the abolished electorates of Charters Towers and Tablelands. Originally proposed by the Electoral Commission of Queensland to be named Macrossan, the name Dalrymple was adopted after further review. The district's first contest pitted two incumbent MPs against each other with sitting Charters Towers MP Shane Knuth of the Liberal National Party defeating sitting Tablelands MP Rosa Lee Long of One Nation.
Members for Dalrymple
|Shane Knuth||Liberal National||2009–2011|
|Katter's Australian Party||2011–present|
|Queensland state election, 2012: Dalrymple|
|Katter's Australian||Shane Knuth||13,982||53.73||+53.73|
|Liberal National||Liz Schmidt||7,576||29.11||-12.31|
|Total formal votes||26,023||98.53||-0.26|
|Katter's Australian||Shane Knuth||15,126||65.22||+65.22|
|Liberal National||Liz Schmidt||8,067||34.78||-20.40|
|Katter's Australian gain from Liberal National||Swing||N/A|
- Green, Antony. "Dalrymple - 2009 Queensland Election". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2009-03-21.
- "2008 Queensland State Redistribution: Dalrymple". Electoral Commission of Queensland.
- Electorate Profile (Antony Green, ABC)