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NameLuke Howarth
PartyLiberal National Party of Queensland
Mailing Address40 Hornibrook Esplanade Clontarf, QLD, 4019
Phone(07) 3284 8008
Mailing AddressPO Box 6022 House of Representatives Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600
Phone(02) 6277 4018
fax 1(07) 3284 8002
emailEmail Form
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Luke Ronald Howarth, born on 6 June 1972, is an Australian politician who has been a member of the House of Representatives since the 2013 federal election, representing the Division of Petrie.

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About Luke Howarth

Luke was born at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and enjoyed a great childhood in Bracken Ridge. Growing up, you would often find him in a tinnie on Salt Water Creek fishing and mud crabbing with his Dad, or at the Bracken Ridge Scout Hall practising judo.

After a decade of working at Toombul Music and Sony Australia as a sales representative, Luke decided to buy into the family business and became the Managing Director at Sandgate Pest Control. Meanwhile, he met his wife Louise and they had three boys – Will, Tom and Sam. Lukes family is the most important thing in the world to him and they truly are the greatest joy in his life. Recently he added one more to the Howarth clan: Matilda, a Doberman pup.

Luke first decided to run for politics in 2004 for the State Seat of Sandgate. He was frustrated by the blatant lies and union mongering of the Labor Party and wanted to make a real difference for families and businesses in the community he calls home.

In September 2013, Luke was elected to represent the Petrie Electorate in the Australian Parliament.

In July 2016, Luke successfully retained the seat of Petrie in the Federal Election.

In May 2019, Luke retained the seat of Petrie in the Federal Election for his third term in Parliament and was also appointed as Assistant Minister for Community Housing, Homelessness and Community Services.

In December 2020, Luke was appointed as the Assistant Minister for Youth and Employment Services.

In May 2022, Luke retained the seat of Petrie in the Federal Election for his fourth term in Parliament and was also appointed as Shadow Minister for Defence Industry and Shadow Minister for Defence Personnel.

Luke is a member of the North Brisbane Crime Stoppers Board and Police Citizen Youth Club Board. He has tirelessly fought for local programs and infrastructure. He is passionate about the chaplaincy program, helping small businesses get ahead and ensuring our defence force and security agencies have the resources they need to keep Australia safe.

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Luke Howarth is an Australian politician who currently serves as the Member of Parliament for the Division of Petrie in the House of Representatives. He has been a member of parliament since the 2013 federal election, representing the Liberal National Party of Queensland.

Early life and education:

Howarth was born in Brisbane, Queensland in 1972. He attended local schools in the area and later completed a Bachelor of Business in Tourism Management at Griffith University. He also holds a Graduate Certificate in Business and a Master of Business Administration from the same university.


Before entering politics, Howarth worked in the tourism industry, holding various managerial roles in both the public and private sectors. In 2006, he founded his own consultancy business that specialized in helping small businesses and non-profit organizations. He also served as the President of the Moreton Bay Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Political career:

Howarth joined the Liberal Party of Australia in 2005 and became the President of the Young Liberals in Queensland in 2008. In 2013, he was elected to the Australian Parliament, representing the Division of Petrie.

In Parliament, Howarth has served on several committees, including the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport, the Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network, and the Joint Standing Committee on Migration.

In 2019, Howarth was appointed as the Assistant Minister for Community Services, Housing and Disability Services in the Morrison government. In this role, he has been responsible for overseeing the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and other social welfare programs.

Personal life:

Howarth is married and has four children. He is actively involved in the community, volunteering his time with local sporting clubs and charities. He is also a keen advocate for mental health and has publicly shared his own struggles with depression.

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