As your local State Member of Parliament, Tim is here to represent you and raise the issues that matter locally and statewide.
Queensland Parliament provides a forum for debates, where Tim has the opportunity to raise important matters and keep the current Government to account.
To learn more about what happens at Parliament House, see below:
Parliament Sitting Weeks
Tim, as a Member of the LNP is currently in Opposition. As the Deputy Leader of the LNP, and Shadow Treasurer, part of Tim's role is to scrutinise the actions of the Government and keep them accountable.
Every year, there are approximately 18 sitting weeks at Parliament House when all Members of Parliament sit to examine current issues, government policies and action. As the local State Member for Everton, Tim acts as a representative of all the constituents in the electorate and will often raise issues on behalf of the electorate and debate these matters in parliament.
Visits to Parliament House
Tim has taken many community and school groups on tours through Parliament House.
If you have a group who are interested in booking a tour with Tim, please visit Tim's contact page or phone the office on 3535 1100.
You can always go on a free guided tour around Parliament House, please click here for more information.
Have Your Say
You can participate in Queensland's democratic process by:
Making a submission to a Parliamentary Committee
Starting an e-petition
Signing a current e-petition
Providing feedback about your parliament
If you would like to raise or discuss a matter with Tim, please be encouraged to contact Tim's office.