Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – Wide Bay Survey – Speech in the House of Representatives 07/12/23
Strong Representation. Achieving Results.
Llew O’Brien is the Federal Member for Wide Bay. He was elected to the Australian Parliament at the 2016 Federal Election, and re-elected in May 2019 and May 2022.
Before entering Parliament, Llew served as a police officer in the Wide Bay region for 16 years and specialised in criminal intelligence and traffic accident investigation.
He is committed to strengthening the economy to create jobs and has delivered significant projects to drive job growth in Wide Bay.
Llew O'Brien's fight for a four-lane Tiaro bypass
In 2021 Llew O’Brien fought for and won a commitment to build a four-lane Tiaro bypass with a concrete barrier separating north and southbound lanes.
But there is more to be done to ensure this vital Bruce Highway safety upgrade project goes ahead with four divided lanes.
Click the link below to learn more about Llew O’Brien’s fight to save the four-lane Tiaro bypass.
Respecting and Protecting Your Property Rights
Industrial scale renewable energy projects and powerline pylons are threatening to divide and cut scars across Wide Bay communities from the Fraser Coast, through Gympie. and the South Burnett.
Prime agricultural land, private landholdings and native wildlife habitats of protected species are all at risk.
Get in touch
Llew O’Brien MP
Federal Member for Wide Bay
Postal Address: PO Box 283 Maryborough Qld 4650
Address: 319 Kent Street Maryborough Qld 4650
Phone: 07 4121 2936 / 1300 301 968 (from landline)
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – Grant Programs – Speech in the Federation Chamber 29/11/23
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien today congratulated local sports stars who will receive grants to help them participate in state, national, and international competitions.
The Rainbow Beach Community Information and Resource Association and the Tin Can Bay Community and Men’s Shed have received funding from the Australian Government’s Volunteer Grants program to support the efforts of their volunteers and make their work easier, safer, and more enjoyable.
Community and service groups in the South Burnett in receipt of funding from the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities and Volunteer Grants Programs were presented with certificates by Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien recently.
Community and service groups, and a local primary school in Gympie have received funding from the Federal Government to purchase equipment and provide support for their volunteers.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – Cherbourg State School – Speech in the House of Representatives 15/11/23
Community, sporting, and service groups from Noosa in receipt of funding from the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities and Volunteer Grants Programs, were presented with certificates by Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien recently.