A Better Future for
I love our community and I’m passionate about serving it. My job is not just to represent the Mackay Electorate in parliament – it’s to work with our community to get the best outcomes for our schools, our small businesses, local groups and families. Everyday, my focus is on working towards a better future for everyone in our community.
Hi, I’m Julieanne
As a lifelong Mackay resident, I’m passionate about securing a strong future for our city and making sure locals can not only find jobs, but build careers, start businesses, and enjoy a high quality of life in our region.
As a former teacher, I strongly believe we need to do all we can to create great opportunities for our young people here in the region. This is what drives me every day.
I’m a proud member of the Miles Government delivering for Mackay. You can find out more about my track record of delivering for Mackay here.
More About Julieanne
I’m focused on making sure we’re delivering the infrastructure and investment that our growing community needs along with the services and support we need to thrive.
I’ve proudly represented our local area since 2015 and I’m focused on delivering a better future for our community. You can read more here about what I’ve delivered for Mackay.
Please read My Plan for Mackay to find out more.
Since being elected in 2015, I have helped deliver:
My Plan For Our Community
Since being elected I have worked hard to deliver for our community. Whether it is World Class Health and Hospitals, A Cleaner and Greener Future, Cost of Living, and tackling skills shortages through Free TAFE.
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News & Headlines
The Mackay region beats south-east Queensland in receiving its fair share of state government infrastructure spending, according to new figures. Data from Queensland Budget papers
Queensland will take a major step towards training and re-skilling the future work force for the renewable energy sector with the signing today of a
The Decarbonisation Accelerated project is taking a regional economic approach to encourage businesses and industries to start their decarbonisation journey. Greater Whitsunday Alliance (GW3) chief