|Leader of Katter's Australian Party
2 February 2015
|Preceded by||Ray Hopper|
26 April 2012 – 29 November 2012
|Preceded by||Aidan McLindon|
|Succeeded by||Ray Hopper|
|Member of the Queensland Parliament for Mount Isa|
24 March 2012
|Preceded by||Betty Kiernan|
|Born||Robert Carl Ignatius Katter
3 March 1977
|Political party||Australian (2011-present)
National (before 2001)
(m. 2005; div. 2009)
|Domestic partner||Daisy Hatfield
|Relations||Bob Katter Sr. (grandfather)
Carl Katter (half-uncle)
|Parents||Bob Katter Jr.
|Residence||Mount Isa, Queensland|
Katter was born on 3 March 1977 in North Queensland. His father is Bob Katter, the federal member for Kennedy and founder of Katter's Australian Party. He received a Bachelor of Applied Science in Property Economics from the Queensland University of Technology.
He is a member of Katter's Australian Party. He defeated Betty Kiernan at the 2012 state election, winning the Mount Isa seat. After his election to the Legislative Assembly, he assumed the parliamentary leadership of Katter's Australian Party, but on 29 November 2012, it was announced that he had been succeeded as leader by Ray Hopper, and would become the party's "parliamentary secretary". Following Hopper's defeat at the 2015 election, Katter once again became leader of the party.
He serves on the boards of the Laura Johnson Home, a retirement home, and the Southern Gulf Catchments, an environmental organisation.
- Queensland Parliament
- Official website: Biography
- Mount Isa – Queensland Votes 2012 – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- Hurst, Daniel (29 November 2012). "LNP defector clinches Katter party leadership". brisbanetimes.com.au. Retrieved 19 December 2012.
- "Katter's Australian Party could hold the ticket to government in dramatic Queensland election". ABC Online. 2 February 2015.
|Parliament of Queensland|
|Member for Mount Isa
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