Queensland Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington will outline her vision for an LNP government to lead the state when she addresses the party's convention.
The convention on Sunday is the first since the 2017 election loss to Labor and the first with Ms Frecklington as parliamentary leader, after she rolled her former leader Tim Nicholls and became the first female leader of the joined party.
Party president Gary Spence acknowledged both Mr Nicholls and Ms Frecklington on Saturday, saying both had been "tireless" during the campaign.
Ms Frecklington will hope to cement support with the party rank-and-file, as she struggles to gain traction with the wider public against Annastacia Palaszczuk's Labor government.
Party members are also set to debate some heady topics on Sunday, with resolutions on abortion and euthanasia laws both on the agenda.
One resolution calls on LNP MPs to vote according to party policy on abortion laws unless a conscience vote is specifically allowed.
Another calls on the party to reject any attempt to change abortion laws now and in the future, while there are also resolutions to end funding for abortion clinics.
The convention will vote on whether to call on the LNP opposition to block any form of assisted dying or euthanasia laws.