Steve Dickson MP, Member for Buderim

A passionate, strong voice for the Buderim electorate and is dedicated to making sure local families have a bright future.

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Steve Dickson MP, Member for Buderim

  • 07 5406 2100
  • 07 5453 7802
  • Unit 4, 102 Burnett Street, Buderim4556Queensland

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Steve Dickson was born at Mt Morgan in June 1962. He experienced first-hand the effects of drought when his family was forced off the land while he was still a child.

Educated in Brisbane, Steve worked in various fields before becoming a small business owner in the 1980s. He owned and operated various businesses in Brisbane and the SunshineCoast hinterland.

Steve then moved to Buderim and started his political career when elected as division 8 councillor for Maroochy Shire in 2000. His council roles included: Chair of Town Planning, member of the Sunshine Coast Caravan Park Advisory Board and board member of Aquagen, the Caloundra/Maroochy water authority.

In September 2006, Steve successfully entered state politics as the Liberal Member for Kawana, defeating a sitting Labor minister.

On election, he was appointed Deputy Opposition Whip. Following the merger of the Queensland Liberal and National Parties to form the LNP in July 2008, Steve became Shadow Minister for Workplace and Job Security (including Employment and Industrial Relations).

Due to an electorate boundary redistribution, Steve ran as the LNP candidate for Buderim and was elected the inaugural State Member for Buderim in March 2009.

Steve has served as a member of the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Commission committee and the parliamentary Industry, Education, Training and Industrial Relations Committee.

In April 2011, as part of his restructured CanDo team, Leader of the LNP Campbell Newman appointed Steve Shadow Minister for Energy and Water Utilities.

As a result of the 2012 State Election, Steve was re-elected as the State Member for Buderim and was sworn in as the Minister for National Parks, Recreation, Sport & Racing.

After the 2015 State Election, Steve was again re-elected at the State Member for Buderim. Between 27 Mar 2015 - 18 Feb 2016 he served on the Health and Ambulance Services Committee before serving on the Health, Communities, Disability Services and Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Committee from 18 Feb 2016 to present. During this term, Steve has become a tireless advocate for the legalisation of medicinal cannabis to treat chronic illnesses. Recently, the State and Federal Parliaments passed historic legislation establishing frameworks for the introduction of medicinal cannabis.

On 13 January 2017, Steve resigned his membership to the Liberal National Party and joined Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party. He currently sits in the Queensland Parliament for Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party.

Steve’s family has a long history of political involvement. His grandfather and father were both councillors, with his grandfather serving for 32 years. Steve is proud that his son Christian was elected in October 2006, to fill the position of councillor vacated by Steve. Christian is currently serving as a Sunshine Coast Regional councillor.

Steve is happily married to Debbie and they have two adult sons, Christian and Zeik.


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Steve Dickson MP, Member for Buderim :
Unit 4, 102 Burnett Street, Buderim
07 5406 2100
07 5453 7802
Steve Dickson MP, Member for Buderim

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One Nation Policies – a GPS for Labor and the LNP 24 May 2017 | Member for Buderim and Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson is thrilled to see that both sides of the major political divide are adopting One Nation policies, reminding Queenslanders that he released his 'no... More information...
Trouble-prone intersection upgrade promise under One Nation state government 16 May 2017 | Old Maroochydore Road and Killick Street intersection will undergo a $5 million safety upgrade if a One Nation government is elected in Queensland. More information...
One Nation commits to funding new Daniel Morcombe Foundation Headquarters 12 May 2017 | Today in Parliament during his speech to the Child Protection (Offender Reporting) Bill, Member for Buderim and Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson committed that a One Nation Queensland Government would... More information...
Proposed new service delivery model for State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) reveals glaring errors in the system 11 May 2017 | Member for Buderim and Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson spoke last night in parliament about the State Penalties Enforcement Amendment Bill. More information...
Buderim MP seeking amendments to the QEC’s proposed boundary changes 21 March 2017 | Member for Buderim and State leader of One Nation Steve Dickson, has made a submission to the Queensland Redistribution Commission of the QEC regarding the Commission’s proposed alterations to the boundaries of... More information...
One Nation will stop making criminals out of licensed gun owners 17 March 2017 | I am very concerned about the contents of the recently released National Firearms Agreement. The new agreement will have huge impacts on sporting shooting clubs and their members, primary producers, as well as all... More information...
Million dollar pledge for Buderim Men’s Shed 27 February 2017 | Member for Buderim and Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson has committed to fund the construction of the new Buderim Men's Shed under a One Nation-led Queensland Government. More information...
State Government owned land and underutilised assets to be made available to non-profit community groups 23 February 2017 | A One Nation State Government will ensure better use of surplus blocks of land and other underutilised assets. More information...
Primary producers to suffer under 2017 National Firearms Agreement 23 February 2017 | Member for Buderim and Queensland One Nation Leader Steve Dickson said, “After reviewing the 2017 National Firearms Agreement that was released last week, I was very disappointed with many aspects, including the... More information...
Important message from Steve Dickson MP 13 January 2017 | I recently met with families who had come to me, because they had a choice to make – either break the law by giving their child medicinal cannabis that has proven to work, or risk their child’s life. No... More information...
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