Resources

Congratulatory Messages

The office of any Member of Parliament can assist in arranging messages of personal congratulations from the Prime Minister, Governor-General or The Queen, for any Australian celebrating a special birthday or wedding anniversary. Note that you will need to submit a new request every year.

Australians can receive a message from:

The Prime Minister

  • on their 50th wedding anniversary and every year after, and
  • on their 90th birthday and every year after.

The Governor-General

  • on their 50th wedding anniversary and every year after, and
  • on their 100th birthday and every year after.

The Queen

  • on their 60th wedding anniversary and every fifth year after, and
  • on their 100th birthday and every fifth year after.

Please see below link for further information, or contact my office to make a request.

Flag Requests

Australian flags may be provided to a number of organisations including local schools, not-for-profit organisations, RSLs and to Australian exchange students traveling overseas.

If you would like to make a request for a flag or need further information, please contact my electorate office.

Pensioners and Seniors Information Kit

The Pensioners and Seniors Information Kit contains helpful information about pension payments and allowances that are available to older Australians and how to access them, including current rates of payment and income and assets test information. It also provides information on Aged Care, Centrelink, Medicare and other important federal government services.

Please click below for a copy of the latest edition or contact my office for a hard copy if you live in the Corio electorate.

Educational Information

The Parliamentary Education Office (PEO) educates Australians about, and inspires their enthusiasm for, Australia’s parliamentary democracy. They provide accessible, immersive, experiential programs and resources for all ages.

Enrol to Vote

It is compulsory by law for all eligible Australian citizens to enrol and vote in federal elections, by-elections and referendums.

You can enrol to vote, check your enrolment or update your details online via the Australian Electoral Commission.

Watch Parliament

During parliamentary sitting weeks, you can tune in to watch parliament live. Question Time occurs at 2pm every day when Parliament is sitting and usually lasts for about one hour.

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