Parliamentary Salaries and Allowances Determination 2009

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  • Parliamentary Salaries and Allowances Determination 2009: revoked, on 1 July 2010 (after expiring on 30 June 2010), by clause 7 of the Parliamentary Salaries and Allowances Determination 2010 (SR 2010/487).

Schedule 1
Salaries payable under section 16 of Civil List Act 1979

cl 5(1)

 Yearly rate of salary payable on and after 1 July 2009
Office($)
Members of the Executive 
Prime Minister393,000
Deputy Prime Minister276,700
Each member of the Executive Council who is a Minister of the Crown holding 1 or more portfolios and who is a member of Cabinet243,700
Each member of the Executive Council who is a Minister of the Crown holding 1 or more portfolios, but who is not a member of Cabinet204,300
Each other member of the Executive Council176,900
Each Parliamentary Under-Secretary157,000
Officers of the House of Representatives 
Speaker of the House of Representatives243,700
Deputy Speaker169,900
Each Assistant Speaker144,500
Leader of the Opposition 
Leader of the Opposition243,700
Other Party Leaders 
Each member of Parliament who is the Leader of a party— 
 Base salary 144,500
  plus 
  For each additional member of the party in the House of Representatives up to a maximum of 51,800
  plus 
  For each additional member of the party in the House of Representatives over 5 up to a maximum of 231,200
  plus 
  For each additional member of the party in the House of Representatives over 23600
Deputy Leaders 
Each member of Parliament who is the Deputy Leader of a party whose members in the House of Representatives number not less than 25— 
 Base salary 167,450
  plus 
  For each additional member of the party in the House of Representatives over 25 up to a maximum of 35600
  plus 
  For each additional member of the party in the House of Representatives over 35 up to a maximum of 45340
 Provided that the maximum salary for the Deputy Leader of a party must not exceed176,900
Whips 
In respect of each party whose members in the House of Representatives number not less than 4— 
 One Whip 
 Base salary144,500
  plus 
  For each member of the party in the House of Representatives over 6 up to a maximum of 241,200
  plus 
  For each member of the party in the House of Representatives over 24 up to a maximum of 35600
  plus 
  For each member of the party in the House of Representatives over 35 up to a maximum of 45340
 Provided that the maximum salary for any opposition party Whip must not exceed176,900
 Senior Government Whip 
 If a Whip referred to in one of the provisions under the heading Whips is also the Senior Government Whip an additional sum is added4,300
In respect of each party whose members in the House of Representatives number not less than 25— 
One Junior Whip144,500
Chairpersons of select committees 
Each member of Parliament who is—144,500
(a)the chairperson of the Regulations Review Committee; or 
(b)the chairperson of a subject select committee specified in Standing Order 184 of the Standing Orders of the House of Representatives 
Deputy chairpersons of select committees 
Each member of Parliament who is—135,300
(a)the deputy chairperson of the Regulations Review Committee; or 
(b)the deputy chairperson of a subject select committee specified in Standing Order 184 of the Standing Orders of the House of Representatives 
Other members of Parliament 
Each other member of Parliament131,000