Baird Government Ministry, New South Wales

Baird Ministry
PortfolioMinister
PremierThe Hon Mike Baird MP
Minister for Western Sydney
Deputy PremierThe Hon Troy Grant MP
Minister for Justice and Police
Minister for the Arts
Minister for Racing
TreasurerThe Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP
Minister for Industrial Relations
Minister for EducationThe Hon Adrian Piccoli MP
Minister for Roads, Maritime and FreightThe Hon Duncan Gay MLC
Minister for Industry, Resources and EnergyThe Hon Anthony Roberts MP
Minister for HealthThe Hon Jillian Skinner MP
Minister for Transport and InfrastructureThe Hon Andrew Constance MP
Minister for PlanningThe Hon Pru Goward MP
Minister for Women
Minister for Family and Community ServicesThe Hon Brad Hazzard MP
Minister for Social Housing
Minister for PlanningThe Hon Rob Stokes MP
Minister for Finance, Services and PropertyThe Hon Dominic Perrottet MP
Attorney GeneralThe Hon Gabrielle Upton MP
Minister for Primary IndustriesThe Hon Katrina Hodgkinson MP
Minister for Mental HealthThe Hon Pru Goward
Minister for Medical Research
Assistant Minister for Health
Minister for Women
Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Minister for AgeingThe Hon John Ajaka MLC
Minister for Disability Services
Minister for Multiculturalism
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major EventsThe Hon Stuart Ayres
Minister for Sport and Recreation
Minister for Innovation and Better RegulationThe Hon Victor Dominello MP
Minister for Regional DevelopmentThe Hon John Barilaro MP
Minister for Skills
Minister for Small Business
Minister for Local GovernmentThe Hon Paul Toole MP
Minister for Primary IndustriesThe Hon Niall Blair MLC
Minister for Lands and Water
Minister for the EnvironmentThe Hon Mark Speakman
Minister for Heritage
Assistant Minister for Planning
Minister for CorrectionsThe Hon David Elliott
Minister for Veterans Affairs
Minister for Emergency Services
Minister for Early Childhood EducationThe Hon Leslie Williams
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Assistant Minister for Education

Updated: 2 April, 2015 following the re-election of the Baird Coalition Government.