Elections

Elections for Brisbane City Council are held every four years and are managed by the Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ).

The latest Council election, held on Saturday 28 March 2020, has now formally concluded and the ECQ has published official result notices in accordance with the Local Government Electoral Act 2011.

The duly elected Councillors are:

Ward Councillor Notice of result of Election

Lord Mayor

Adrian Schrinner

Notice of result of Election

Bracken Ridge

Sandy Landers

Notice of result of Election

Calamvale

Angela Owen

Notice of result of Election

Central

Vicki Howard

Notice of result of Election

Chandler

Ryan Murphy

Notice of result of Election

Coorparoo

Fiona Cunningham

Notice of result of Election

Deagon

Jared Cassidy

Notice of result of Election

Doboy

Lisa Atwood

Notice of result of Election

Enoggera

Andrew Wines

Notice of result of Election

Forest Lake

Charles Strunk

Notice of result of Election

Hamilton

David McLachlan

Notice of result of Election

Holland Park 

Krista Adams

Notice of result of Election

Jamboree

Sarah Hutton 

Notice of result of Election

MacGregor

Steven Huang

Notice of result of Election

Marchant

Fiona Hammond 

Notice of result of Election

McDowall

Tracy Davis

Notice of result of Election

Moorooka

Steve Griffiths

Notice of result of Election

Morningside

Kara Cook

Notice of result of Election

Northgate

Adam Allan

Notice of result of Election

Paddington

Peter Matic

Notice of result of Election

Pullenvale

Greg Adermann

Notice of result of Election

Runcorn

Kim Marx

Notice of result of Election

Tennyson

Nicole Johnston

Notice of result of Election

The Gabba

Jonathan Sri

Notice of result of Election

The Gap

Steven Toomey

Notice of result of Election

Walter Taylor

James Mackay

Notice of result of Election

Wynnum Manly

Peter Cumming

Notice of result of Election

Election Period Policy

Council's Election Period Policy contains information about restrictions and governance arrangements which apply during the election, and the caretaker period leading up to the election.

The policy includes a voluntary code of conduct for candidates. The Chief Executive Officer invites all endorsed candidates to provide written agreement that they will follow this code during their election campaigns.

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Electoral Commission of Queensland

You can also visit the Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) website to find out:

  • if you are on the electoral roll
  • your current council, state and federal electoral boundaries
  • previous election and by-election results.

Election signs

Find out what is permitted and the different requirements for putting up election signs.

Last updated:17 April 2020