Prime Minister – 90th, 100th and every year thereafter
Governor General – 100th and every year thereafter
The Queen – 100th and every fifth year thereafter
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Prime Minister – 50th and every year thereafter
Governor General – 50th and every year thereafter
The Queen – 60th and every fifth year thereafter
You can arrange a congratulatory message through my office at 107 Minjungbal Drive, Tweed Heads South, or by calling (07) 5523 4371. You will need to provide supporting documentation such as birth certificates or marriage certificates. If these are not available you can provide a statutory declaration.
Messages can only be arranged within two months of the occasion, so please contact within a two-month period of the date.
My free 2021 kit for pensioners and seniors is now available.
Please contact my office if you would like some copies for you or a community group.
My office is able to assist with Federal Government matters including with the following Departments: Centrelink, Australian Taxation Office, Child Support Agency, Department of Immigration and Telecommunications issues such as Telstra and NBN. To request assistance with other federal matters please contact the office by phone, email, via our contact form or visit the electorate office at 107 Minjungbal Drive, Tweed Heads South.[/su_column][/su_row]
The ClubGRANTS scheme is funded by gaming machine revenue from NSW clubs. This website provides information on the scheme and guidelines for applications. Projects are supported and decided upon by local committees.
The Department of Education and Training community grants programs include funding for groups involved in promoting community languages, education, Aboriginal community projects and programs assisting disadvantaged youth and people with disabilities.
You will need to provide evidence of your identity. You can use your driver’s licence, Australian passport number or have someone who is enrolled confirm your identity. Please note that the AEC cannot accept any other forms of identification, such as 18+ or Proof of Age cards.
It is compulsory by law for all eligible Australian citizens to enrol and vote in federal elections, by-elections and referendums.
Enrol to Vote
are an Australian citizen, or eligible British subject,
aged 18 years and over, and
have lived at your address for at least one month.
If you are 16 or 17 you can enrol now so when you turn 18 you’ll be able to vote.
A JP service is available at my office to assist you with certifying and witnessing documents between the hours:
Constituents of Richmond can request a single portrait of Queen Elizabeth II or of Queen Elizabeth II with the Duke of Edinburgh at the email address email@example.com or by calling (07) 5523 4731.
This portrait must be picked up from my office at 107 Minjungbal Drive, Tweed Heads South.