About the NSW Parliament

The NSW Legislative Assembly was the first fully elected legislature in Australia, with its Members being directly elected since 1856.

Today the House is comprised of 93 Members, each representing an electorate of the State.  There are representatives from various political parties as well as independents in the 58th Parliament of NSW.  

I speak in Parliament on a wide range of issues from recognising community groups to debating proposed legislation. I introduce Private Members Bills and Statements which are always focussed on the needs of the Maitland electorate and I deliver speeches on important events. I also ask questions on behalf of my community.

Here are links to my speeches and questions in the parliament.

To watch Parliament live you can stream proceedings on the Parliament website.

The Parliament has its own website which contains information about the Assembly's history and procedures, its Members and what is happening in the House and its committees by clicking here.