The Hon. Troy Wayne GRANT, MP

The Hon. Troy Wayne GRANT,  MP
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Dubbo
Minister for Hospitality, Gaming and Racing, and Minister for the Arts
Member of the The Nationals



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Dubbo Electorate Office

Ministerial Office

A The Hon. Troy Grant, MP
Shop 1
18 Talbragar Street
DUBBO NSW 2830
A The Hon. Troy Grant, MP
Level 30 Governor Macquarie Tower
1 Farrer Place
SYDNEY NSW 2000
P (02) 6882 3577 P (02) 9228 5218
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E dubbo@parliament.nsw.gov.au E office@grant.minister.nsw.gov.au
W www.troygrant.com.au

Parliamentary Activity

Current Positions

PositionStartNotes
Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly26 Mar 2011 
Member for Dubbo26 Mar 2011 
Minister for Hospitality, Gaming and Racing23 Apr 2014 
Minister for the Arts23 Apr 2014 
Chair, Joint Select Committee on Sentencing of Child Sexual Assault Offenders29 Aug 2013 

Prior Positions

PositionStartEndPeriodNotes
Parliamentary Secretary for Natural Resources4 May 201117 Apr 20142yrs 11mths 14days 
Member, Social Policy Committee22 Jun 201114 May 20142yrs 10mths 23days 
Member, Joint Select Committee on Sentencing of Child Sexual Assault Offenders21 Aug 201329 Aug 20139daysElected Chair of the Committee on 29 August 2013 (see separate entry).

Parliamentary Record

Mr Grant's speeches in Hansard

Mr Grant's questions published in the Question & Answer Paper

About the Dubbo Electorate

Rural. Located within Central Slopes Statistical Agricultural Area.

Principal centres: Albert, Alectown, Arthurville, Baldry, Ballimore, Bandon, Bedgerebong, Beni, Bindogundra, Bocobra, Bogan Gate, Brocklehurst, Bumberry, Bundaburrah, Burroway, Calarie, Canowindra, Carrawabbity, Condobolin, Coobang, Cookamidgera, Corinella, Cudal, Cumbijowa, Cumnock, Daroobalgie, Derriwong, Dubbo, Elong Elong, Eschol, Eugowra, Eulimore, Eumungerie, Fifield, Forbes, Garema, Geurie, Goobang, Gooloogong, Goonumbla, Grawlin, Gumble, Gunning Gap, Gunningbland, Jemalong, Kadungle, Lake Cowal, Mandagery, Manildra, Minore, Mogriguy, Moorbel, Mulguthrie, Mulyandry, Mungery, Murga, Nangar, Narromine, Nelungaloo, Nyrang Creek, Obley, Ooma, Ootha, Parkes, Parkesborough, Peak Hill, Rawsonville, Terramungamine, Tichborne, Tomingley, Toogong, Toongi, Trewilga, Trundle, Tullamore, Warraderry, Warroo, Weelong, Wirrinya, Wongarbon, Yarrabandai, Yarragong, Yeoval, Yullundry.

Area: 20,081 sq km.

Population: 70,571. Enrolment: 48,946.

For more detailed information see - http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/state_government_elections/electoral_districts/all_districts_/dubbo

Biography

Honours Received - National Medal, NSW Police, 19 November 2004. NSW Police Medal 2nd Clasp, NSW Police, 30 September 2004. Commissioners Commendation (Courage) NSW Police, 11 December 1993 and 17 November 1990. Commissioners Unit Citation, NSW Police, 2010. Northern Region Award (Dedication to Duty), NSW Police, 30 June 2001. Northern Region Award (Professionalism), NSW Police, 10 September 1996. Dubbo District Citation (Courage, Devotion to Duty, Professionalism), NSW Police, 12 June 1991. Dubbo District Citation (Initiative), NSW Police, 17 June 1990.

Personal - Married with 2 children.

Qualifications, Occupations and Interests - Certifcate of Policing, NSW Police, 1990. Graduate Certificate of Applied Management, AIPM, 2010. Advanced Diploma Managment (HR), Western Institute of TAFE, 2010. Dip. Management, Western Institute of TAFE, 2011.

April 1989 to March 2011 Inspector, NSW Police.

Interests/Hobbies - Keen sportsman and recrecational shooter. Held Guiness Book of Records World Record for most holes of golf played in 7 days (1,800 in 2004). Interests also include geneology, political history, ancient history and travel.

Inaugural speech, 14 June 2011:

Troy Grant Inaugural Speech.pdf



Keywords: Minister for Hospitality, Gaming and Racing, and Minister for the Arts
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