LNP frontbench unveiled by new leader Tim Nicholls
Queensland's new Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls has unveiled his frontbench after Friday's election spill.
After Friday's leadership spill, Mr Nicholls said he wanted a mix of old and new to "take the fight to Labor".
Scott Emerson is moving from transport to shadow treasurer, while former deputy John-Paul Langbroek will take on the health and Commonwealth Games portfolios.
New deputy leader Deb Frecklington will also hold the position of infrastructure, state development, trade and investment, going toe-to-toe with Deputy Premier Jackie Trad.
Jarrod Bleijie will go from police spokesman to industrial relations, and Tracy Davis from communities to education.
Ros Bates gets a promotion from deputy whip to Opposition communities spokeswoman.
Meanwhile, ousted leader Lawrence Springborg will be nominated as chairman of the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee (PCCC).
It is the only non-Government committee chair position appointed by the Opposition, but must get bipartisan support.
The LNP had nominated veteran Jeff Seeney for the role in 2015, but it was rejected by the Labor Government.
Current PCCC chair Trevor Watts would have to step down to make way for Mr Springborg.
A spokesman for the Premier said, "like the Newman government, Mr Nicholls should not ignore process for PCCC chair appointment".
"Any nomination for PCCC chair requires consultation and bipartisan support. There's been neither."
Mr Springborg said he had the skills for the role, but acknowledged he had not been fully endorsed yet.
"I am the nominee by our parliamentary leader and it will be up to the Government and all members of Parliament to see if that's acceptable," he said.
Parliament is sitting for three days from Tuesday.
Queensland's new shadow cabinet:
Deb Frecklington - Deputy Leader, infrastructure, state development, trad and investment
Scott Emerson - treasurer and small business
John-Paul Langbroek - health, ambulance services, Commonwealth Games
Tracy Davis - education
Jarrod Bleijie - employment, industrial relations, skills and training, fair trading
Andrew Powell - transport, main roads and local government
Tim Mander - police, fire and emergency services and corrective services
Andrew Cripps - natural resources and mines, northern development
Dale Last - agriculture, fisheries and forestry
Christian Rowan - environment and heritage protection, national parks and the Great Barrier Reef
Ian Walker - attorney-general, justice and planning
Fiona Simpson - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partnerships and multicultural affairs
Ros Bates - communities, child safety, disabilities services, prevention of family and domestic violence
Michael Hart - energy, biofuels and water supply
Tarnya Smith - science, innovation and the digital economy
Stephen Bennett - housing and public works
Jon Krause - tourism, sport and racing
Matt McEachan - assistant to Opposition Leader
Jason Costigan - assistant for north Queensland
Jeff Seeney - Leader of Opposition Business
Trevor Watts - Chief Opposition Whip
Steve Minnikin - Deputy Whip