Reg Gulley

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Reg Gulley
Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Murrumba
In office
24 March 2012 – 31 January 2015
Preceded by Dean Wells
Succeeded by Chris Whiting
Personal details
Born Gayndah, Queensland
Political party LNP
Profession Accountant, business manager

Reg Gulley (born 1969) is an Australian Liberal National politician who was the member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Murrumba from 2012 to 2015, having defeated Dean Wells at the 2012 state election. He studied Commerce at the University of Queensland and attended Cromwell College.[1]


Mr Reg Gulley graduated in 1987 from Hervey Bay Senior College. He studied for a Bachelor of Commerce from University of Queensland 1988–1990. In 2015 he was awarded a Fellowship of CPA Australia.

Prior to Parliament[edit]

Before being elected in 2012 Mr Gulley worked for more than 20 years as a business manager in the corporate and not-for-profit sector, employing more than 100 staff. He was responsible for property development and maintenance, IT, HR/payroll, accounting and government reporting.

He held senior accounting roles in London, Sydney and Brisbane including treasury roles with Morgan Stanley, Westpac and Suncorp and Financial Controller roles in Finance and Manufacturing/ Distribution.

Community interests[edit]

Mr Gullley was a patron of:

  • Deception Bay PCYC
  • Redcliffe Show Society
  • Mango Hill Progress Association
  • North Lakes Leopards Junior Rugby
  • Deception Bay Rugby League

Personal Interests[edit]

Mr Gulley enjoys cycling, running and state forest camping. He also enjoys spending time with his family.


Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Dean Wells
Member for Murrumba
Succeeded by
Chris Whiting