Cabinet is made up of ministers who have responsibility for areas of government, known as portfolios.
Examples of these include health, police, housing, infrastructure, education, environment and multicultural affairs.
All major policy and financial decisions of government are referred to Cabinet for discussion and decision.
The Cabinet process ensures that appropriate agencies in the public service are consulted and give advice before decisions are made.
Hon Michael Patrick Francis Gunner MLA
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Minister for Northern Australia
Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services
Minister for Trade, Business and Innovation
Hon Nicole Susan Manison MLA
Deputy Chief Minister
Minister for Children
Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics
Natasha Kate Fyles MLA
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice
Minister for Health
Gerald Francis McCarthy MLA
Minister for Housing and Community Development
Minister for Essential Services
Minister for Public Employment
Kenneth Edward Vowles MLA
Minister for Primary Industry and Resources
Lauren Jane Moss MLA
Minister for Environment and Natural Resources
Minister for Tourism and Culture
Minister for Corporate and Information Services
Eva Dina Lawler MLA
Minister for Education
Dale Suzanne Wakefield MLA
Minister for Territory Families
Last updated: 18 January 2017