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Health and Campbelltown Hospital

Health and Campbelltown Hospital are one of the biggest concerns raised with me and my team on a regular basis.

While the doctors, nurses, allied health workers and staff do an incredible and admirable job, they can only do so much with the little resources, funding and support previously afforded to them by the previous government. The NSW government is proceeding to fund public service workers through the removal of the public sector wage cap. Meanwhile the 2023-24 NSW Budget allocated $53.5 million to stage 2 of the Campbelltown Hospital Development. This stage of the development will focus on mental health and paediatric services.

I am pleased to have stood with our community and fought for the upgrades for our local hospital. Our focus now returns to achieving safe staffing levels. To this end, 1,112 temporary nurse and midwife positions will become permanent from June 30, 2024, 1,200 extra nurses will be recruited, and safe staffing levels will be achieved in the South Western Sydney Local Health District.



Education for our students and children is a top priority for every family in every community and Campbelltown is no exception.

We are a rapidly growing community, and we need to make sure our schools can cater for both existing and future students.

The NSW Government is planning for new schools and maintaining our existing schools to ensure that students and staff have the resources they need.



Public Transport

Public transport remains to be an ongoing challenge for many commuters across Campbelltown and the Macarthur region.

There is no disputing that our public transport network is at times not up to scratch and needs ongoing review to make sure it is up to demand.

I will continue to campaign to provide:

- direct services to Parramatta;

- vital bus services to residents in Macarthur Heights; and

- a line to Macarthur from the new Western Sydney Airport by opening date in 2026.

I will continue to advocate in every way for our community on these issues.


Local Roads

Roads continue to cause much frustration for our local community as we commute to and from work, school and recreation.

Whether they are old, not-fit-for-purpose roads or new ones that are long overdue, there is no doubt that more needs to be done to ensure residents spend less time on congested stretches of bitumen and more time with their loved ones.

Upgrades to Appin Road, construction of the Spring Farm Parkway are well underway and I will continue to campaign to make sure that these projects are completed to provide the best outcomes for those in the Campbelltown community.



I am passionate about looking after all citizens of Campbelltown, including all of our wildlife.

This is why I will continue to campaign to provide a working balance between much needed development and housing for the people of Campbelltown and appropriate environmental conservation measures for our wildlife.

So far this includes:

$88 million being invested to protect crucial koala habitat in south-west Sydney by creating the Georges River Koala National Park along the Georges River between Appin and Long Point.

$5.7 million towards koala care in the Macarthur area.

And $13.5 million for Koala-Friendly Crossings at Appin.