Tracy Davis

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Tracy Davis
Shadow Minister for Education
Assumed office
6 May 2016
Leader Tim Nicholls
Preceded by Tim Mander
Shadow Minister for Communities, Child Safety, Disability Services and the Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence
In office
14 February 2015 – 6 May 2016
Leader Lawrence Springborg
Preceded by Desley Scott
Succeeded by Ros Bates
Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services of Queensland
In office
3 April 2012 – 14 February 2015
Premier Campbell Newman
Preceded by Karen Struthers (Community Services)
Phil Reeves (Child Safety)
Curtis Pitt (Disabilities)
Succeeded by Shannon Fentiman (Communities and Child Safety)
Coralee O'Rourke (Disability Services)
Member of the Queensland Parliament
for Aspley
Assumed office
21 March 2009
Preceded by Bonny Barry
Personal details
Born (1962-12-08) 8 December 1962 (age 54)
Nambour, Australia
Political party Liberal National Party

Tracy Ellen Davis (born 8 December 1962) is an Australian politician. She has been a Liberal National Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland since 2009, representing the district of Aspley. On 3 April 2012, she was sworn in as Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disabilities.[1]

Davis was born in Nambour, Queensland, but attended primary school at East Hills in New South Wales. She attended high school at Pine Rivers, was an army officer cadet for six months in 1982 and became a receptionist. She became a small business owner in 1995.[2]

Parliamentary career[edit]

In 2009, Davis defeated Labor MP Bonny Barry to win the seat of Aspley for the Liberal National Party. She had previously contested the seat as a Liberal candidate.

Davis was appointed the Shadow Minister for Public Transport following a Langbroek Cabinet shuffle in November 2010. In 2011 she was appointed as Shadow Minister for Disability Services, Mental Health and Child Safety.


  1. ^ "Premier announces new Ministry". Department of Premier and Cabinet. 30 March 2012. Retrieved 30 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "Tracy Ellen Davis". Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Bonny Barry
Member for Aspley