OUR COMMUNITY

About Everton

Covering some north-western suburbs of Brisbane, the Everton electorate covers 48.3km2 and has an estimated residential population of 51 949 persons.

In the 1870's, Thomas McDowall owned a vineyard in the area and named the property Everton, most likely named after the inner north-eastern district of Everton in Liverpool, England.

The traditional inhabitants of the area are the Turrbal people and Old Northern Road was built on a Turrbal pathway leading to the triennial Bunya Feast of the neighbouring Wakka Wakka tribe.

The Everton electorate includes Everton Hills, Everton Park, Albany Creek, Eatons Hill and takes in part of Gaythorne, Enoggera, Mitchelton, Keperra, Arana Hills, Warner, Brendale, McDowall, Bridgeman Downs and Bunya.

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How Tim Can Help You

Tim is your local State Member of Parliament and the following services come under the jurisdiction of the State Government:

  • Health

  • Education

  • Law and Order

  • Emergency Services

  • National Parks

  • Land and Water Management

  • Roads and Rail Transport

  • Public Housing

  • Other state legislation

Your Local Council can help you with:

  • Local Roads

  • Rubbish Collection

  • Rates

  • Sporting fields

  • Residential and commercial development

  • Parks

  • Footpaths

  • Street lighting

  • Signage

  • Council by-laws

To contact your local council, click on icon below:

 

 

 

 

Your Federal Member can help you with:

  • Immigration

  • Centrelink

  • Child Support

  • Veteran's Affairs

  • Taxation

  • Medicare

  • Foreign Affairs

  • Higher Education

  • Defence

  • Telecommunications

  • National Highways

  • Aviation and shipping

  • Other federal legislation

To find out who your Federal Member is, click on icon below:

 

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Do something near you!

Please join me in becoming involved in our local community

Do Something Near You helps us make a differince in our local community and nationally.

Click on this link to find out more about local volunteer opportunities in the Everton electorate.  

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 2020 Tim Mander MP