Business & Success
I began my real estate career in 2000, transitioning from an executive role in operations with a multi-national retailer.
As a result I have extensive business development, sales and marketing experience in fast paced retail environments.
I am a licensed real estate agent with tertiary qualifications in management, training, property and real estate and I continue to study Law.
I’m a keen property investor and I know first hand the huge financial advantages of owning and investing in property.
I continue to feel passionate about leading our family business and look I forward to being of service to our clients for many years to come.
I’m a strong advocate for my community on issues of local importance.
I’m a proud father who enjoys spending time with my family, getting involved in the community, relaxing down by the beach, and exploring the bush
Day-to-day, I am the Managing Director of a family business that is built on the foundation of a tradition of trust and delivering quality service to our clients.
Local issues which impact on the residents and ratepayers are important to me and to the future of our region.
Our community deserves strong local voices to ensure we get our fair share and that we achieve that through methods that we can all be proud of.
There’s a community movement that wants to see the important issues appropriately addressed throughout our region.
I continue to stand up to make a contribution to our community so it becomes a better place for all of us.
I have a strong and vested interest in ensuring our region is great place for families to grow up in; where small business can be successful; a safe place to live; and that we have a great lifestyle to enjoy here.
I’m always working towards a community that will be better for all of us.
Our vision for our region
As a region, our best days are ahead of us.
We need all level of government to focus on protecting and enhancing the lifestyles of residents.
There will continue to be some pretty significant growth in throughout the region.
There’s a real need to fill in some of the neglected gaps in things like public transport links. Improving the road network to work without the need for more traffic lights will be a priority.
It is really important to keep supporting the still emerging community organisations which are the real lifeblood of the community for decades to come.
Getting more community facilities rolled out so we can further grow our region as a positive, vibrant and exciting centre.