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About the Tribunal

The Tribunal is an independent Statutory Authority established to review and determine the salaries, allowances and entitlements of Queensland Members of Parliament (MPs) and former MPs.

The Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal Act 2013 (PDF, 601KB) outlines the Tribunal’s functions, powers and requirements.

Annual reports

The Tribunal's annual reports provide information on the Tribunal, its key achievements, priorities and a summary of the Tribunal’s financial operations.

Read the Tribunal’s Annual Reports.


The Tribunal makes determinations about MPs’ and former MPs’ salaries, allowances and entitlements on at least an annual basis, including any periodic adjustments of rates that it might deem as being appropriate.

Read all Determinations made by the Tribunal.


The Tribunal is headed by Professor Anne Tiernan, Dean of Engagement and Director of the Policy Innovation Hub at Griffith University, who is joined by former District Court Judge Walter Tutt and Ms Karyn Walsh CEO of Micah Projects Inc as Tribunal members.

Find out more about the Tribunal members.

Last updated:
20 September, 2017
Last reviewed:
19 September, 2017