Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk believes her deputy will survive any challenge from the floor after a powerful union chief and supposed ally turned on her and demanded her political scalp.
Speaking outside the Labor state conference on Saturday, the premier said Jackie Trad was "getting on with the job".
She hosed down speculation Trad could face a challenge from the floor in the wake of a rowdy rally at parliament house on Thursday.
"You always have the argy-bargy at state conferences, but you know, so far so good," Ms Palaszczuk said.
When asked about a potential challenge to the deputy premier, she said she "couldn't see that happening".
Powerful CFMEU construction and general branch state secretary Michael Ravbar demanded Ms Trad's resignation at the rally.
Mr Ravbar told the protest Trad needed to quit as treasurer and deputy premier for Labor to hang on at next year's state election.
Ms Trad is still waiting to hear if the Crime and Corruption Commission will formally investigate the purchase of an investment property along the route of the $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project she has overseen.
She says she's done nothing wrong.
The state's corruption watchdog has said it was still finalising its assessment into allegations surrounding the Deputy Premier's Woolloongabba investment property.
Australian Associated Press