Mark McGowan

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Mark McGowan

30th Premier of Western Australia
Elections: 2013, 2017, 2021
In office
17 March 2017 – 8 June 2023
MonarchElizabeth II
GovernorKerry Sanderson
Kim Beazley
DeputyRoger Cook
Preceded byColin Barnett
Succeeded byRoger Cook
32nd Leader of the Opposition in Western Australia
In office
23 January 2012 – 17 March 2017
PremierColin Barnett
DeputyRoger Cook
Preceded byEric Ripper
Succeeded byMike Nahan
Leader of the Labor Party
in Western Australia
Assumed office
23 January 2012
DeputyRoger Cook
Preceded byEric Ripper
Member of the Legislative Assembly
of Western Australia
for Rockingham
Assumed office
14 December 1996
Preceded byMichael Barnett
Personal details
Born (1967-07-13) 13 July 1967 (age 56)
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Political partyLabor
Sarah Miller
(m. 1993)
ResidenceRockingham, Western Australia, Australia
EducationCoffs Harbour Senior College
Alma materUniversity of Queensland
OccupationLegal officer
(Royal Australian Navy)
Military service
AllegianceCommonwealth of Australia
Branch/serviceRoyal Australian Navy (1989–1996)
Royal Australian Naval Reserve (1996–present)
Years of service1989–present
UnitHMAS Stirling
AwardsCommendation for Brave Conduct

Mark McGowan (born 13 July 1967) is a Western Australian former politician who served as the 30th Premier of Western Australia from 17 March 2017 until 8 June 2023. He is from the Labor Party.[1] He was replaced by Roger Cook.

References[change | change source]

  1. Spagnolo, Joe; Flint, John (12 March 2017). "WA Election 2017: Mark McGowan sweeps into power as Labor wins WA election". Perth Now.