Tony Perrett MP

LNP Member for Gympie
Meet Tony

Representing the Gympie Region

Tony Perrett has been the Liberal National Party member for Gympie in the Queensland Legislative Assembly, since 2015.

Tony was re-elected in 2020 and is currently the Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.

Latest News

April 2024 e-newsletter

Closing soon: Make a submission to the Supermarket Pricing Inquiry Cost of living hikes are biting hard. Across the board price rises are hurting families, workers, and businesses. The LNP has urged the Government to look at the prices it influences such as...

March 2024 e-Newsletter Gympie Electorate

A toast to the high calibre of Gympie youth Gympie Lions Youth of the Year – Jasmin White The high calibre of Gympie’s youth was on display at the judging of the Lions Youth of Year. The program provided an invaluable opportunity for six students representing schools...

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2 days ago

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4 years in a row!!! Best Sports Photograher at the Queensland Country Press Association Awards.... Gympie Today photographer....well done Shane Zahner 👏 what an amazing photo!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

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121 - that was the magic number of lollies that were in the jar at the Gympie Show!!! 3 people guessed correctly and after a random draw we had one very happy Bryson who not only got the lollies but also the Gympie Monopoly board game. Thanks for all those who entered - it was great to catch up with you all at the Gympie Show - hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!#gympieshow ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Cleaning for our community...hope Gympie comes and supports our Gympie Show...cleaning this afternoon...but come and see me at my stand in the Pavilion over the show.#gympieshow ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Happy Mothers Day to all our Mum's. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Changes ahead for Cooloola Recreation AreaThere are less than four weeks for the community to have its say on how the Cooloola Recreation Area is managed.More than 18 months after receiving the consultants’ reports the government released on Labour Day public holiday its draft management plan for the area.It shows how the government proposes managing camping and visitors to the region. Any changes will have a major impact on the economy of the Cooloola Coast including Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay and Cooloola Cove.These townships will bear the brunt of any reduction to visitors to the area.As the gateway to Fraser Island, the principal source of Rainbow Beach’s economic activity is based on cheap, low impact family-friendly camping and adventure-based eco-tourism, and day trippers accessing local businesses.That is why it is important that the community has its say.The Draft Management Plan is available at parks.desi.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0023/328019/cooloola-recreation-area-draft-managemen.... The Draft Resource Information document is available at: parks.desi.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0015/328020/cooloola-recreation-area-draft-resource-...To provide feedback either go to the online survey at: intheloop.des.qld.gov.au/cooloola-recreation-areaWritten submission can be sent to:Email: ParkManagementPlans@des.qld.gov.auPost: Planning ManagerManagement and Operations | QPWS and PartnershipsDepartment of Environment, Science and InnovationPO Box 15187City East Qld 4002Submissions close at 5pm on 4 June 2024. ... See MoreSee Less
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