Robbie Katter

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Robbie Katter

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Katter at a Katter's Australian Party event in Queensland, 2015
Leader of Katter's Australian Party
Assumed office
3 February 2020
Preceded byBob Katter
Leader of Katter's Australian Party
in Queensland
Assumed office
2 February 2015
DeputyShane Knuth
Preceded byRay Hopper
In office
26 April 2012 – 29 November 2012
DeputyShane Knuth
Preceded byAidan McLindon
Succeeded byRay Hopper
Member of the Queensland Parliament
Assumed office
24 March 2012
Preceded byBetty Kiernan
ConstituencyMount Isa (2012–17)
Traeger (2017–)
Personal details
Born
Robert Carl Ignatius Katter

(1977-03-03) 3 March 1977 (age 45)
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Political partyKatter's Australian (since 2011)
Other political
affiliations
National (before 2001)
Independent (2001–2011)
Spouse(s)
Stacey Milner
(m. 2005; div. 2009)
[1]
Daisy Hatfield
(m. 2017)
[2][3]
RelationsBob Katter Sr. (grandfather)
Carl Katter (half–uncle)
Alex Douglas (cousin)
See Katter family
ParentsBob Katter Jr.
Susan O'Rourke
ResidenceMount Isa, Queensland, Australia
EducationSt. Columba Catholic College
Alma materQueensland University of Technology
OccupationProperty developer
(Elders Limited)
Executive official
(Southern Gulf NRM)
ProfessionBusinessman
politician
Websiterobbiekatter.com.au

Robert Carl Ignatius Katter (born 3 March 1977) is an Australian politician. He was the member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Traeger. He represented Mount Isa from 2012 to 2017. He is the leader of Katter's Australian Party, having taken over from his father, Bob Katter in February 2020.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Subscribe – couriermail". couriermail.com.au.[permanent dead link]
  2. "Katter caught by ABC reporter".
  3. MacIntyre, Esther (4 September 2017). "Wedding bells for Daisy Hatfield and Robbie Katter".