Narre Warren South

Located in Melbourne’s outer south-east suburbs, the Narre Warren South community is one of Victoria’s fastest-growing and most diverse hubs.

The state electorate, established in 2002, covers Hampton Park and Narre Warren South, and includes parts of Lynbrook and Berwick too.

It’s a genuine honour to represent such a vibrant, multicultural community in Parliament and work together with locals to ensure that everyone has access to secure jobs, well-funded training and education, upgraded transport infrastructure, health and the vital sport and community clubs that make Narre Warren South a fantastic place to live.


Did you know? The name Narre Warren (previously spelt ‘Narree Worran’ ) is of Indigenous origin, and means ‘small hills’.


Local Wins

Robert Booth Reserve

We’re investing $3 million in Robert Booth Reserve in Hampton Park. Upgrading the pavilion to get more locals active while supporting the groups that use the space.

Casey Hospital

Planning is underway for a children’s emergency department at Casey Hospital. We have also delivered 128 multiday inpatient beds, and a 12-bed intensive care unit .

Berwick and Hallam Level Crossings

The Andrews Government is removing 75 of the most dangerous and congested level crossings - including those at Hallam Road, Hallam and Clyde Road, Berwick. Removing these level crossings and upgrading Hallam station and the Pakenham-Cranbourne line will make commuting easier and quicker for our community.

Lynbrook Intersection

We’ve recently completed an upgrade to improve road safety and save lives at the busy South Gippsland Hwy and Lynbrook Boulevard intersection.

Narre Warren South Scout Hall

Our local Scouts will get to enjoy a brand new scout hall - construction to start in late 2020.  It will be the first time that they get their own space to continue their valued work to the community.

Hampton Park SC

$6.5 million is being invested by the State Government to upgrade facilities at Hampton Park Secondary College, including a new STEAM centre and flexible classrooms. These projects are currently in the design development and tendering phases.

Berwick Chase PS

Students at Berwick Chase Primary School and the community are set to benefit from a $1.4m upgrade to their local sports ground. The funding will develop a brand new oval, cricket practice nets, a modern pavilion, floodlighting, landscaping and a much-needed car park.

These are just some Local Wins with many more already delivered.  To find out more, sign up for my newsletter below or go to my Facebook page.

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