Fraser, Andrew Peter


Fraser, Andrew Peter
Birth Date: 15 September 1976 (Proserpine, Queensland)
Parents: Peter Fraser and Jeanne (nee Langfield)
Family: Therese O'Reilly on 21 September 2002, 1 son, 1 daughter
Education: Proserpine State High School Griffith University; Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce


Campaign Coordinator, Australian Labor Party, National Secretariat

Party Positions:
  1. Former President, Secretary of Mount Coot-tha State Electorate Council.
  2. Former Vice-President Brisbane Federal Electoral Council.
  3. State Conference Delegate for Brisbane.
  4. Former Vice-President of Queensland Young Labor.
  5. Former Campaign Coordinator, ALP National Secretariat.
  6. National Organiser, ALP National Secretariat.
  7. State Organiser, ALP State Office.

Parliamentary Representation

House Party Electorate From To Elected/Departure Reason
Assembly ALP Mount Coot-tha 7 Feb 2004 23 Mar 2012
Speeches: Inaugural Speech  |  All Speeches

Parliamentary Service

Description From To
Deputy Premier 16 Sep 2011 26 Mar 2012
Minister for State Development and Trade 21 Feb 2011 26 Mar 2012
Minister for Employment and Economic Development 26 Mar 2009 21 Feb 2011
Treasurer 13 Sep 2007 26 Mar 2012
Minister for Local Government, Planning and Sport 13 Sep 2006 13 Sep 2007
Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier and Minister for Health 2 Feb 2006 13 Sep 2006
Member, Estimates Committee A 2005 2005
Chair, Impact of Petrol Pricing Select Committee 25 Aug 2005 4 Apr 2006
Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier and Treasurer 28 Jul 2005 2 Feb 2006
Member Estimates Committee B 2004 2004
Temporary Speaker/Deputy Speaker 31 Aug 2004 9 Aug 2005
Member Legal, Constitutional and Administrative Review Committee 18 Mar 2004 12 Aug 2005
Member, Panel of Temporary Chairmen 18 Mar 2004 31 Aug 2004

Additional Information

Notes: Australian Students Prize 1993; Interests include reading, cricket, rugby league, AFL, motor racing, cooking, travel, politics. Member: Brisbane Broncos, Don Dunstan Foundation, Australian Republican Movement, Fabian Society(Qld), SANE, National Union of Workers, Red Hill Bushcare Group; Vice Patron: Cycling Queensland, SLSC Queensland; Patron: Bardon RSL, McIlwraith Croquet Club, African Violet Society of Queensland; President, Brisbane West Senior Citizens Management Committee
Sources: Image sourced from the collection of Queensland Parliamentary Library and Research Service ; Queensland Parliament, Members List, Biography,
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