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Robbie Katter is an Australian politician. He serves as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Traeger, having previously 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.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
Robert Carl Ignatius Katter was born on March 3, 1977 (age 46 years) in North Queensland, Australia, His father is Bob Katter, the federal member for Kennedy and founder of Katter’s Australian Party, and his grandfather Bob Katter Sr. was also a federal MP.
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Katter received a Bachelor of Applied Science in Property Economics from the Queensland University of Technology. He started his career as a mine worker in Mount Isa, before working as a property valuer for fifteen years and running a small business in Mount Isa.
Robbie Katter won Mount Isa at the 2012 state election, pushing Labor incumbent Betty Kiernan into third place. He capitalized on his family’s name recognition in the area. Mount Isa was virtually coextensive with the western portion of his father’s federal seat of Kennedy, and much of the eastern portion of the seat was once part of the elder Katter’s old state seat of Flinders.
After his election to the Legislative Assembly, Robbie Katter became Queensland leader of his father’s party, but on 29 November 2012, it was announced that he had been succeeded as leader by Ray Hopper, and would become the party’s “parliamentary secretary”. Following Hopper’s defeat at the 2015 election, Katter once again became state leader.
The state electorate of Mount Isa was abolished in 2017, and Katter followed most of his constituents into the new seat of Traeger. The new seat was essentially the northern, more urbanized portion of Katter’s former seat, and is based on Mount Isa. The seat was created as a comfortably safe KAP seat, and Katter won it handily.
Robbie Katter serves on the boards of the Laura Johnson Home, a retirement home, and the Southern Gulf Catchments, an environmental organization. In February 2020, he was appointed leader of the Katter’s Australian Party.
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In 2020, Robbie Katter called for t he federal government to buy back Qantas Airline. In April 2022, Katter said he will move a bill to ban transgender athletes from women’s sports in the state. In May 2022, he proposed a motion that was voted down 49 votes to 33. The opposition Liberal National Party of Queensland voted with him.
Robbie Katter is currently married to Daisy Hatfield, they had their wedding in 2017. His wife is a former journalist. The couple first met when Daisy was working for WIN Television in Townsville on an assignment to interview him. Robbie and his wife Daisy have one child, Peaches Grace Katter, born in 2020. However, he was married to Stacey Milner from 2005 to 2009.
Robbie Katter net worth
How much is Robbie Katter worth? Robbie Katter net worth is estimated at around $3 million. His main source of income is from his primary work as a politician. Robbie Katter’s average salary per month and other career earnings are over $380,000 dollars annually. His remarkable achievements have earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips. He is one of the richest and most influential politicians in Australia. He stands at an appealing height of 1.71m and has a good body weight which suits his personality.
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