The Manager of Opposition Business in the House, also known as the Leader of Opposition Business in the House, is a member of the Shadow Cabinet of Queensland responsible for working with the Leader of the House on the management and scheduling of business in the Legislative Assembly. The holder of the post is ex officio a member of the Committee of the Legislative Assembly unless he or she delegates the position to another Opposition member. The Committee has responsibility for the way the body is run. The Leader of Opposition Business is one of the few Opposition members to receive a government salary in addition to that earned as a member of Parliament.
^ abDespite the references to July 1982 in the biographies of Prest and Davis, no change regarding the Leader of Opposition Business was announced in August when Parliament first sat after a four-month recess. In addition, Wright replaced Casey as Leader of the Opposition on 20 October and announced he had appointed Davis the following day.
^Warburton replaced Wright as Leader of the Opposition on 29 August 1984 and announced Prest as Leader of Opposition Business the same day.
^Following the Mundingburra by-election on 3 February 1996, the ALP and Coalition each had 44 members. On 19 February, Wayne Goss resigned as Premier and Borbide was sworn in his stead, following independent MP Liz Cunningham's decision to support the Coalition.
^ abcdeDates for Seeney, Langbroek, Gibson, and Menkens are taken from their parliamentary biographies, which are currently unavailable at the Parliamentary Library website because of the election.
^Menkens is the first Leader of Opposition Business to have received an additional salary for holding that office.
^Newman as LNP leader appointed Menkens, but because Newman did not have a seat in Parliament, Seeney was Leader of the Opposition