Electoral district of Fitzroy (Queensland)

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Fitzroy
QueenslandLegislative Assembly
State Queensland
Dates current 1888–1960; 1992–2009
Namesake Fitzroy River

Fitzroy was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Queensland.

The district was based in central Queensland, west of Rockhampton. It included the towns of Baralaba, Blackwater, Duaringa, Dysart, Mount Morgan and Wowan as well as some of Rockhampton's outer suburbs. The electorate was first contested in 1992. An earlier district based in the same region was also called Fitzroy. It was first contested in 1888 and abolished in 1960.

In 2008, Fitzroy was abolished—with effect at the 2009 state election—as a result of a redistribution undertaken by the Electoral Commission of Queensland. Its former territory and voters were divided between the districts of Callide, Gregory, Mirani and Rockhampton.

Members for Fitzroy[edit]

First incarnation (1888–1960)
Member Party Term
  Robert Lyons Conservative 1888–1889
  Albert Callan Independent 1889–1902
  Henri Cowap Labor 1902–1907
  Kidston 1907–1909
  James Crawford Labor 1909–1911
  Independent 1911–1912
  Kenneth Grant Ministerialist/Queensland Liberal 1912–1915
  Harold Hartley Labor 1915–1929
  William Carter Country and Progressive National 1929–1932
  Jens Peterson Country and Progressive National 1932–1935
  James Clark Labor 1935–1960
Second incarnation (1992–2009)
Member Party Term
  Jim Pearce Labor 1992–2009

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