House of Commons (Queensland)

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The Honourable the Commons of the Commonwealth of Queensland in Parliament assembled
8th Queenslandian Parliament
Logo of the House of Commons
Commons Speaker
Sir Folke B.H. Gustaf
since 15 July 2021
Sir Paul Gordon, Queensland National Liberal Party
since 8 July 2022
Sir Denis Bridgwater, Queenslandian Conservation and Democracy Party
since 8 July 2022
Political groups
  Speaker: 1 seat
HM Government
  QNLP: 17 seats
HM Most Loyal Opposition
  CDP: 6 seats
Other opposition
  QGN: 1 seat
Length of term
2 years
Last election
27 February - 1 March 2023
Meeting place
House of Commons Room
National Parliament Building
Vesteralen, Edinburgh

The House of Commons (domestically known as the Commons) is the lower house and de facto primary chamber of the Parliament of the Kingdom of Queensland. Like the upper house, the House of Lords, it meets in the National Parliament Building.

The Commons is an elected body consisting of 24 members known as members of Parliament (MPs). MPs are elected to represent constituencies by the first-past-the-post system and hold their seats until Parliament is dissolved.


The list of constituencies since 1 December 2017, and as renamed in 2023, are as follows:

No. State Constituency
1 Queenslandian Capital Territory Helsmariehamn City
2 Seri Ja'afar Nicola Town
3 Hastings
4 Bridgetown
5 Edinburgh Vesteralen
6 Prince Philip City
7 Elizabeth Toronwinnipeg
8 Duthil
9 Carl Gustaf Ontardundas
10 Edmoncombe
11 Muidenlendam
12 Qaboos Qaboos Town
13 Sabah Sabah Al-Ahmad
14 New Oldenzaal
15 Pendang–Kedah Abdul Halim
16 Courtenong
17 Kallang
18 New Western Brisbane Queen Elizabeth II Town
19 Al-Sultan Abdullah Town
20 Sultan Azlan Shah Town
21 New South Kingston Northern Islington
22 South Kingston
23 Crown dependencies Bouillon-Greenland [a]
24 New Eastern Vestmanna

References and notes

  1. 23th Constituency, Whitehorse and Ottawa & Bouillon-Greenland was changed to Bouillon-Greenland, the constituency of Whitehorse and Ottawa was abolished as the electorate of Whitehorse and Ottawa was amalgamated with the other territories and created the King Harald V Land Territory.