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 2017 and is currently the Shadow Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Forestry.

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10 hours ago

Tony Perrett

The only way to stop Dodgy Jackie returning to the Queensland Cabinet, or worse, becoming Premier, is to vote 1 LNP. ...

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18 hours ago

Tony Perrett

After the last election, Labor slugged Queenslanders with 9 new or increased taxes. They refused to deliver a Budget in 2020. How many new taxes are they hiding? ...

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19 hours ago

Tony Perrett

Only the LNP has a plan to create jobs and grow the economy.
Let's get Queensland working again.
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2 days ago

Tony Perrett

An LNP Government will make Queensland the recycling state and create more local jobs!
Instead of putting waste into the ground, the LNP will put it into our roads which has been trialled successfully.
One kilometre of road can make use of 500,000 plastic bags and 150,000 beer bottles, which could otherwise end up in landfill or the ocean.
We’ll also establish recycling centres of excellence at Queensland universities and fast-track planning approvals for new and better recycling infrastructure.
Becoming the Recycling State will create new jobs and protect Queensland’s incredible environment.
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