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  • Gladys Berejiklian

    Gladys was first elected to the NSW Parliament as Member for Willoughby on 22 March 2003.

    She was elected Leader of the Parliamentary Liberal Party on 23 January 2017 and sworn in as the 45th Premier of New South Wales. Gladys had previously served as Treasurer and Minister for...

  • Dominic Perrottet

    The Hon Dominic Perrottet MP is Treasurer, and Minister for Industrial Relations.

    Dominic grew up in the Hills District and was educated at Redfield College and Oakhill College before graduating from Sydney University with a Commerce/Law degree.

    Before entering Parliament...

  • Anthony Roberts

    The Hon Anthony Roberts MP is the Minister for Planning, Minister for Housing, and Special Minister of State in the NSW Government.

    A Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, he has represented the Electorate of Lane Cove for the Liberal Party since 2003.

  • Andrew Constance

    Andrew Constance was sworn in as Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in April 2015 following the re-election of the Baird Government.

    He previously served as Treasurer and Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for Finance and Services and Minister for Ageing and...

  • Brad Hazzard

    Brad is a lifelong resident of the Northern Beaches. He attended Manly West Public School and Manly Boys High School.

    After his school days, Brad graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Arts (Environmental Science) and a Diploma of Education. His introduction to the...

  • Rob Stokes

    Rob Stokes is the NSW Minister for Education. Prior to this appointment he has served as the Minister for Planning, Minister for the Environment, Minister for Heritage, Minister for the Central Coast and Assistant Minister for Planning as well as the Parliamentary Secretary for Renewable...

  • Gabrielle Upton

    Gabrielle was born and raised in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney.

    She was re-elected as Member for Vaucluse at the March 2015 NSW election, and on 2 April 2015, she was appointed as Attorney General. She previously held the position of Minister for Family and Community Services, a role...

  • Pru Goward

    Pru Goward was elected to the NSW Parliament in March 2007 as the Member for Goulburn. She has served in the position of Shadow Minister for the Environment and Shadow Minister for Women, and from 2008 to March 2011, as the Shadow Minister for Community Services. Following the NSW Liberals and...

  • John Ajaka

    The Hon John Ajaka MLC is a Member of the Legislative Council.

    He has been a Liberal Party member of the New South Wales Legislative Council since 2007 and has served as Minister for Ageing, Minister for Disability Services, Minister for Multiculturalism, Parliamentary Secretary for...

  • Stuart Ayres

    Stuart Ayres MP was elected to the NSW Legislative Assembly on June 19, 2010 representing the electorate of Penrith.

    Stuart comes from a Defence Force family background which saw him moving around the country until settling in Penrith. He attended school at St Dominic’s College...

  • Victor Dominello

    Born and raised in the Ryde area, Victor went to secondary school at Marist Brothers, Eastwood before studying law at university.

    He trained as a lawyer and was admitted to practice in both the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia in 1991.


  • Mark Speakman

    I have a lifelong connection with our local area. I did all my schooling at Caringbah North Public School and Caringbah High School, followed by degrees in law and economics at Sydney and Cambridge Universities. I have lived in the Cronulla electorate all my childhood and most of my adult life...

  • David Elliott

    David Elliott is the Minister for Counter Terrorism, Minister for Corrections, and Minister for Veterans Affairs.

    He was born in Bankstown in Sydney’s west and attended the Christian Community High School before completing a Bachelor of Arts (History and Asian Studies), a...

  • Louis Amato

    (Lou) Louis Amato was elected to the Legislative Council on 28 March 2015.

    For more than 20 years Lou ran a small business, experience he brings to the Coalition Team.

    Lou was elected to Wollondilly Council in 2012 and served as Deputy Mayor from September 2013 to September...

  • Greg Aplin

    Greg Aplin is one of the longer-serving members of the Legislative Assembly in New South Wales. He represents the electorate of Albury, where the Hume Highway and the Murray River meet. As Chair of the Staysafe Committee he makes recommendations to Parliament to manage critical road safety...

  • Adam Crouch

    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...

  • David Clarke

    David Clarke was re-elected to the NSW Legislative Council on March 28, 2015.

    David is a member of several Parliamentary Committees including the Committee of the Health Care Complains Commission and the Standing Committee on Law and Justice, of which he was appointed Deputy Chair on...

  • Kevin Conolly

    Kevin Conolly was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing Riverstone on March 26th, 2011.

    After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts and a Diploma of Education from the University of New South Wales, Kevin helped hundreds of local students through their high...

  • Catherine Cusack

    Catherine was elected to the NSW Legislative Council (Upper House) in 2003 and re-elected in 2011.

    She grew up on a farm in rural NSW and currently lives in Lennox Head. She obtained her economics degree from the University of Sydney and was elected the first ever female State...

  • Mark Coure

    As your State Member in the New South Wales Parliament I enjoy serving you and our wonderful community.

    I am a passionate advocate for our community having spent my entire life living in the area. I’m committed to our area and to devoting my energy as its champion locally...

  • Tanya Davies

    Serving and helping other people has been a theme of my life. Whether it was the humble beginnings as a shop assistant selling chicken and chips in Newcastle where I grew up, or treating people in the public health system as a new physiotherapy graduate, I have always worked in roles where I...

  • Lee Evans

    Born and bred in the seat I now represent gives me great sense of pride and a decided advantage.

    I was proudly educated in public education at Loftus Primary school then Engadine High.
    I met my wife at Engadine High and married and settled and raising my family 100 metres from...

  • Scott Farlow

    Scott Farlow was elected to the NSW Legislative Council in March 2015.

    Born and bred in Sydney’s Inner West, Scott was educated at Homebush Public School and Sydney Technical High School.

    Scott became the first person from his family to attend university, he holds a...

  • Melanie Gibbons

    Melanie Gibbons was elected to State Parliament in March 2011.

    Following a boundary redistribution, she was elected as the first Member for Holsworthy in 2015.

    Prior to entering Parliament, Melanie worked in small business and for a disability charity, an issue that is...

  • Alister Henskens

    Alister Henskens SC MP was elected to Parliament on 28 March 2015.

    Born, raised and schooled in Newcastle, NSW, Alister moved to Sydney as an 18 year old to study at the University of Sydney, residing at St Andrew’s College, and graduated with degrees in Economics and Law.

  • Shelley Hancock

    Speaker of the NSW Legislative Assembly and Member for South Coast, The Hon. Shelley Hancock MP has been a strong advocate for the South Coast region through lobbying for much needed funds for the Princes Highway, additional police resources and more frontline...

  • Don Harwin

    First elected in 1999, Don Harwin serves as Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council.

    Don takes a particular interest in local issues in Sydney’s inner city, inner west and eastern beaches, as well as the Shoalhaven in regional NSW...

  • Matt Kean

    Matt entered Parliament in 2011.

    During his first four years he successfully delivered on several key election promises; with a $120 million upgrade and rebuild of Hornsby Hospital, the establishment of a new $36 million mental health ward, the...

  • Dr Geoff Lee

    In March 2015 Geoff won the seat of Parramatta for a second consecutive term.

    Geoff’s election win follows on from his win in 2011 where he received a massive 25.8 per cent swing – winning 62.1 per cent of the vote on a two party...

  • Scot MacDonald

    Scot MacDonald was elected to the Legislative Council on the 26th March 2011.

    Scot brings his experiences running a family business for 20 years and 18 months as Executive Officer of Riverina Citrus to the Coalition team.

    He was Country...

  • Natasha Maclaren-Jones

    Natasha was elected at the March 2011 State election.

    Having worked in both the public and private health sectors, Natasha brings to Parliament broad experience in public policy development.

    Before entering Parliament, Natasha worked as a...

  • Shayne Mallard

    Shayne was elected to the Legislative Council in March 2015.

    Prior to entering Parliament, Shayne had an extensive career in local government and policy development in the areas of land use planning, infrastructure, transport and social engagement...

  • Matthew Mason-Cox

    Matthew Mason-Cox was elected to the Legislative Council on September 28, 2006. Following the March 2007 NSW State election, Matthew was elected Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in the Legislative Council and appointed Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for...

  • Bruce Notley-Smith

    I have been a Liberal politician since 2000 when I was first elected as a Councillor to Randwick City Council. I served as Mayor for two years, from 2007 to 2009. In March 2011 I was elected to the NSW Legislative Assembly as the Member for Coogee.

  • Jonathan O’Dea

    Jonathan was elected Member for Davidson in 2007 and earlier in this term he was the Parliamentary Secretary for Major Events and Tourism Trade and Investment, having served in Parliament’s last term as Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.

  • Eleni Petinos

    Eleni Petinos was born and raised in the Sutherland Shire and understands the issues that are most important to the community. She has worked as a solicitor and is currently a policy adviser in social services.

    As the Liberal Member for Miranda...

  • Chris Patterson

    Chris moved to Camden in 1984. After finishing his schooling, he managed his families’ hospitality business for over 20 years. During this time Chris studied to gain his qualifications in hospitality management and shared his passion for this field...

  • Natalie Ward

    Natalie was elected to the Legislative Council of NSW Parliament on 21 November 2017. She is the Duty MLC for the Northern Province.

    Graduating from Adelaide University in 1996 with Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Bachelor of Arts (Jurisprudence) (BA Juris) degrees, she was admitted to...

  • Peter Phelps

    Dr Peter Phelps was elected to the NSW Legislative Council in 2011.

    He was previously a Ministerial Adviser and Chief of Staff to a number of Ministers in the Howard Government.

    He holds a PhD in History, and is on the ‘classical...

  • Jai Rowell

    Jai Rowell was elected to the NSW Parliament as the Member for Wollondilly in 2011.

    Jai is a passionate advocate for infrastructure in Wollondilly. Over the past four years Jai and the Liberal Government has delivered sewerage connections to...

  • John Sidoti

    Since being elected to the NSW Parliament in 2011, John has delivered a number of significant achievements for the electorate including a new dialysis unit at Concord Hospital, an extension to the Bay Run at Drummoyne, increased rail and ferry services, major...

  • Mark Taylor

    Mark Taylor was born and raised in Old Toongabbie, playing cricket and soccer for the Winston Hill Bears and attending Model Farms and James Ruse Agricultural High Schools.

    Mark’s father, a former Acting NSW Police Commissioner, instilled in...

  • Damien Tudehope

    Damien and his wife Diane have lived in the North West for 25 years, working and raising their nine children in the Epping community.

    Having operated childcare centres for a number of years, Damien understands the everyday concerns and problems that...

  • Felicity Wilson

    Felicity was elected as the State Member for North Shore in April 2017. As part of Gladys Berejiklian’s Government, Felicity will use her experience and passion for our community to be a strong local voice for North Shore.

    Living locally in...

  • Gareth Ward

    Gareth Ward is a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing the Kiama electorate since March 2011, having been re-elected in March 2015.

    On 5th May 2015, Gareth was officially appointed as Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier...

  • James Griffin

    James is the Member for Manly. Previously, James was a Director of KPMG Australia’s Advisory Risk Consulting Business. James is an Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Business at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney and Board Member of the University of...

  • Ray Williams

    Ray is a member of the NSW Legislative Assembly, being first elected to parliament in 2007 following a term as councillor on the Hills Shire Council. Ray is currently the Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier for Western Sydney.

    Prior to this Ray worked for 22 years in the public...

  • Taylor Martin

    Taylor Martin was born in Gosford Hospital, and grew up on the Central Coast. He began his working life at his family’s kitchen manufacturing business, before his interest in economics and finance led him to study a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Newcastle, and later gaining...


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Our Clear Plan To Keep NSW Working

The NSW Government is Working for You

  • The NSW Government has turned our State into Australia’s economic and infrastructure powerhouse

  • Our State has gone from having the worst economic growth in the nation in 2011-12 to the best

  • The NSW unemployment rate is now the lowest in Australia, at 5.1%

  • In the last two years the number of jobs in NSW has grown by 131,000 with 51,000 of those in regional NSW

  • Over the next four years, the Budget surplus is forecast to be $7.4 billion – compared with the $3.7 billion in deficits inherited from the previous Labor government

Building Our State
• The Government is delivering some of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects, such as the WestConnex, North-West Rail Link, and the second Sydney Harbour Crossing
• More than $73 billion in state infrastructure spending is being invested over the next four years
• $2.6 billion infrastructure boost following successful concession of Land and Property Information’s titling and registry services to a majority Australian consortium
• Former Australian Army Chief Lieutenant General Ken Gillespie AC DSC CSM appointed the NSW Government’s first Regional Infrastructure Coordinator, charged with accelerating the roll-out of infrastructure across the State

Keeping NSW moving
• More than 19,000 extra weekly transport services
• An extra 1,000 extra bus services for the North-West region ahead of new Metro trains arriving every four minutes
• Parramatta Light Rail preferred route announced for Stage 1 and $30 million to help fund a community pool for Parramatta
• Beaches Link and the Western Harbour Tunnel preferred route and market sounding launched

Easing the cost of living
• Major CTP reforms will shave around $120 off the average Green Slip for motorists across the State and around $180 in Sydney
• Water bills in Sydney are, on average, $100 cheaper than a year ago
• Public hospital parking concessions have been boosted, with patients who need the most support to save as much as $200 a week on public hospital parking fees
• Introduced the Fire and Emergency Services Levy, which is a fairer way of funding our community’s fire and emergency services, and leaving fully-insured residential property owners better off on average by $47-per-year

Investing in NSW kids
• Ongoing funding of $2 million each year to help establish Australia’s first young adult hospice
• Provided 550 new permanent classrooms catering for an additional 8,000 student places and have 3,800 more teachers in our schools
• More than 2100 schools to receive a record $390 million maintenance boost
• ‘Education Infrastructure NSW’ announced as a new powerful delivery unit within the Department of Education to accelerate the construction and maintenance of NSW schools

Supporting Our Health Services
• We have completed more than 50 hospital and health centre developments, and now have 5,300 more nurses and midwives
• $48 million to ensure paramedics have access to specialised health services to prevent injuries and to protect their incomes for at least five years if injured at work

Sharing the State’s economic success

• Response to flood disaster in Northern Rivers and Northern NSW
• Contracts awarded across NSW for an extra 2200 social and affordable houses for the first phase of the Social and Affordable Housing Fund
• A means-tested adoption allowance reintroduced to help families progress to adopting the child in their care and $24 million committed to the Adoptions Transformation program
• 81 hectares of privately owned land purchased for Western Sydney Parklands, securing its future as open space

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