Adam Crouch has lived on the Central Coast for the past 18 years with his wife Jill, who is a Registered Nurse at Gosford and Wyong Hospital. Prior to being elected Adam worked as a sales director for an international printing company, and was an executive member of the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.
Adam was elected as the State Member for Terrigal on the Central Coast of New South Wales in March 2015.
In the NSW State Parliament, Adam currently holds the position of Temporary Speaker, and Chair of the Health Care Complaints Committee. In addition he is also a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Road Safety (Staysafe), a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters and member of the Legislative Committee on Investment, Industry and Regional Development.
He was also the previous Deputy Chair of the Health Care Complaints Committee before being appointed Chair and also a member of the Joint Select Committee on Companion Animal Breeding Practices in NSW.
In addition to his parliamentary roles Adam is also an Honorary member of the Terrigal Rotary, a member of the NSW Parliament Lions Club, and also the proud patron of the Terrigal Marine Rescue Squadron, and Terrigal Surf Lifesaving Club. He is also a member of the MacMasters Beach Surf Life Saving Club.
Adam is committed to continuing the good work of the NSW Liberal State Government to ensure the essential services such as health, transport, education and infrastructure are delivered to Terrigal electorate.