A conscience vote on abortion reform in Queensland may be "appropriate", LNP leader Deb Frecklington said.
But the LNP was yet to confirm its MPs would receive a conscience vote when abortion legislation was debated in the Parliament.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk was expected to release a Queensland Law Reform report into decriminalising abortion on Monday after cabinet met that day.
Abortion remains in the Criminal Code in Queensland, after two bills proposed by former independent MP Rob Pyne were withdrawn in 2017.
At that time, the issue was referred to the Queensland Law Reform Commission, which was asked to draft legislation.
Ms Frecklington said it was a highly emotive issue and she would ask for a briefing from the QLRC.
"Our party has strong views on it [abortion], many of our members have strong views on it, and that's reflective of the general public," she said.
"I do think I need to give my party members an opportunity to see what is in the legislation before we make any rash statements."
Ms Frecklington said in the past, as a matter of principle, LNP politicians had been granted a conscience vote on issues of "beginning and end of life".
"So that would appear to be appropriate but what I would say is we have seen in the last Parliament a piece of legislation that was on this topic that was completely abhorrent, that went to full-term abortion," she said.
"Before we get into the details, we need to see what we're dealing with.
"We don't know what the Law Reform Commission has recommended today."
Ms Frecklington said it was important she spoke to party members, deputy leader Tim Mander, constituents and her family.
Labor has pledged to allow its MPs a conscience vote on abortion.
At the LNP state convention, members voted to reject any attempts to change existing abortion legislation in Queensland, with almost every person in the room supporting the resolution.
But the motion was not binding on the LNP parliamentary team.
In June, NSW - where abortion also remained a crime - passed laws imposing 150-metre safe access zones around clinics and hospitals that provided terminations.