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Sign the petition for a four-lane Tiaro bypass

Please sign and share the petition to call on the Queensland Government to put forward a four-lane Tiaro Bypass plan. A four-lane bypass will:

  • Make travel between Maryborough and Gympie faster and safer
  • Open up new industry and manufacturing to create jobs in Wide Bay
  • Ease congestion through Tiaro
  • Boost local agricultural production and tourism opportunities
  • Ensure the highway meets the highest possible road safety standards
Important updates on Coronavirus
Please visit the link below to view information on the Australian Government’s Coronavirus assistance for people and businesses in Wide Bay. 
As this situation is changing rapidly and information is being released or updated regularly, please visit https://www.australia.gov.au/ for the latest updates. 
If you are concerned about your health, please call the Coronavirus Healthline on 1800 020 080
For free, online resources to help with mental health, visit www.headtohealth.gov.au
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.

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.

Get in touch

Llew O’Brien MP
Federal Member for Wide Bay

PO Box 283 Maryborough 4650
319 Kent Street Maryborough 4650
Ph  07 4121 2936 / 1300 301 968 (local call)
Fax 07 4122 3968

Latest News

21 July, 2021

Workshops to help students RISE to new opportunities

More students throughout Queensland will have the opportunity to become budding film directors, with Noosa Film Academy to receive $298,445 for a series of school workshops, Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Llew O'Brien announced today.

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15 July, 2021

Making dunnies divine with Stronger Communities funding

Divine Dunnies, a quirky and uniquely Maryborough attraction planned for Maryborough’s City Hall toilet block is one step closer to being realised with Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Llew O'Brien announcing new federal funding for the project.

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15 July, 2021

Grant to help Maryborough Bears’ boost safety

A new fence at the Maryborough Bears Australian Football Club will help ensure the safety of younger players and local wildlife, with Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Llew O'Brien announcing a $10,000 grant for the project.

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24 June, 2021

Safer Communities Fund Round 6 open now

Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Llew O'Brien is encouraging local organisations and councils to apply for a share of $30 million in funding for community safety initiatives.

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