Campaigns

I'm proud to be the Southside's voice heard in Canberra, fighting for what matters to locals.

These are the campaigns that my team and I are involved with locally.

Better Facilities for Local Sport


The Morningside Panthers are one of Queensland's leading AFL clubs in both senior and junior competitions, and their oval is relied upon by the local community, including local schools. The club is campaigning hard for a federal funding contribution to the work that needs to be done.  Will you sign my petition calling for federal funding to upgrade the local oval?

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Upgraded Facilities for Local Sporting Teams


Holland Park Junior Cricket Club does such a great job encouraging local families to stay active, but they need our support. To fight for better amenities, I need to show that our community supports the HPJCC proposed female & unisex new change rooms being built. Let’s work together, let’s get a commitment for funding. If you would sign my petition, we can show that locals support this important upgrade.

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An Active Future for Coorparoo


Giffin Park, home to the Coorparoo Roos AFL Club, is one of the most used AFL facilities in Queensland, with both ovals used year round by sporting clubs, nearby Coorparoo Secondary College, and the community. With population growth on the Southside, the Club expects their membership will quadruple over the next ten years. That's why I'm calling on the Federal Government to provide funding to the Coorparoo Roos so they can upgrade their fie...

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Fair Share for Arts Funding


Queensland deserves its fair share of federal arts funding. Queenslanders pay nearly 20 per cent of the nation’s individual taxes but receive only around 6 per cent of core arts funding. We don't get our fair share when it comes to Australia Council grants, either.

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Fix the Asbestos Risk


The old Red Cross Hall at Greenslopes has been sitting empty, falling into disrepair. The presence of asbestos of the site is obvious to everyone. The Morrison government needs to fix up the site urgently to prevent any further risk from the asbestos and any other contaminants. If they won’t do it, they need to find someone who will.

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