The future for Tasmania lies with its innovative and resilient people.It is about diversifying and growing the economy in the areas where we have natural competitive advantages.Discover More
Prime Minister Turnbull visited New Norfolk recently. Over 200 people from around the region attended a community breakfast I hosted at Bronte, in Willow Court.
I took the Environment Minister Greg Hunt to Lake Sorell in Tasmania’s Central Highlands late last year to see firsthand the work of this operation to eradicate the invasive species.Discover More
Tasmania’s Lyons electorate, named after Joseph Lyons 1879–1939, and Dame Enid Lyons 1897–1981 is the biggest in the state covering an area of nearly 33,000 square kilometres. A diverse electorate, traditionally its main industries have been fishing, forestry, sheep, dairy and beef cattle, fruit growing and wine making, hydro generation, mining and tourism.Discover More