Candidate for Northern Tablelands

Hi, I’m Brendan Moylan your NSW Nationals candidate for Northern Tablelands.

I was raised on our family farm outside Gunnedah where my parents worked hard as wheat and cattle farmers. My mum also worked in town as a registered nurse.

In 1999, I moved to Armidale to study Law at UNE where I spent three very enjoyable years living on campus and eventually moving into town before finishing off my studies. To pay for my degree, I pulled beers at the Newie and worked on farms across the New England.

When I finished my study, I moved to Moree to start work as a solicitor, and together with my wife Catherine we’re raising our three young children in Moree.

As a part owner of a legal practice, I have been a passionate advocate for the community – especially when it comes to the punitive native vegetation laws and overly complex water laws in our State.

All my life I have loved serving our communities, through my work, and in my personal time through services such as St Vincent De Paul, the Chamber of Commerce, Pre-school committee, or as a founding member of the Moree Women’s Domestic Violence Court Assistant Program.

I am a strong advocate for regional, rural, and remote Australia.

I’ve always lived in the bush, and I will always stand up for the people that live in the bush.

I want to continue Adam Marshall’s legacy delivering projects that will improve lives; whether that be funds for smaller community grants or major infrastructure like dams and hospital upgrades.

I will work hard to be a voice for every community large, small, and remote across our electorate.

At this by-election Vote 1 Brendan Moylan to keep putting regional people first. 

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