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 19 March 2016, 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  
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk Notice of result of Election
Bracken Ridge Amanda Cooper Notice of result of Election
Calamvale Angela Owen (formerly Angela Owen-Taylor) Notice of result of Election
Central Vicki Howard Notice of result of Election
Chandler Adrian Schrinner Notice of result of Election
Coorparoo Ian McKenzie Notice of result of Election
Deagon Jared Cassidy Notice of result of Election
Doboy Ryan Murphy 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 Matthew Bourke Notice of result of Election
MacGregor Steven Huang Notice of result of Election
Marchant Fiona King Notice of result of Election
McDowall Norm Wyndham Notice of result of Election
Moorooka Steve Griffiths Notice of result of Election
Morningside Shayne Sutton Notice of result of Election
Northgate Adam Allan Notice of result of Election
Paddington Peter Matic Notice of result of Election
Pullenvale Kate Richards 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 Steve Toomey Notice of result of Election
Walter Taylor Julian Simmonds 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.

Download the:

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.

14 April 2016