Queensland state election, 1969
All 78 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland
40 Assembly seats were needed for a majority
The Country-Liberal Coalition won its fifth consecutive victory since it won government in 1957. It was also the Coalition's first victory under new leader Joh Bjelke-Petersen after the brief premierships of Gordon Chalk and Jack Pizzey, who in turn had succeeded Frank Nicklin when he had retired the previous year.
The election campaign was characterised by tension between the governing coalition partners.
The election resulted in another win for the Coalition, but a strengthening of the Country Party's position vis-a-vis the Liberal Party. Labor gained back two seats held by ex-Labor ministers who had defected in the 1957 split when both retired, and gained one seat off each of the coalition partners; however, the Country party gained the seat of Burdekin following the conservative independent incumbent's retirement. Labor retained Isis, which it had gained unexpectedly at a November 1968 by-election from the Country Party following Premier Jack Pizzey's death.
|Summary of votes by party|
|Democratic Labor||61,661||7.24%||+0.99%||1||± 0|
- Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1966–1969
- Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1969–1972
- Candidates of the Queensland state election, 1969
- Bjelke-Petersen Ministry