Includes partially or wholly the following localities and postcodes.
Localities: Adaminaby, Ando, Anembo, Anglers Reach, Arable, Araluen, Avonside, Back Creek, Badja, Ballalaba, Beloka, Bendoura, Berlang, Berridale, Bibbenluke, Billilingra, Binjura, Bobundara, Boco, Bolaro, Bombala, Bombay, Boro, Braemar Bay, Braidwood, Bredbo, Buckenderra, Budawang, Bukalong, Bumbalong, Bungarby, Bungendore, Bunyan, Burra, Bywong, Cambalong, Captains Flat, Carlaminda, Carwoola, Cathcart, Chakola, Charleys Forest, Charlottes Pass, Clear Range, Colinton, Collector, Coolringdon, Coolumbooka, Cooma, Cootralantra, Corang, Corrowong, Countegany, Crackenback, Craigie, Creel Bay, Creewah, Crestwood, Currawang, Dairymans Plains, Dalgety, Dangelong, Delegate, Dry Plain, Durran Durra, East Jindabyne, Environa, Eucumbene, Farringdon, Forbes Creek, Frying Pan, Glen Allen, Glen Fergus, Googong, Greenlands, Greenleigh, Grosses Plain, Gunningrah, Guthega, Harolds Cross, Hereford Hall, Hill Top, Holts Flat, Hoskinstown, Ingebirah, Ironmungy, Jembaicumbene, Jerangle, Jerrabattgulla, Jerrabomberra, Jimenbuen, Jincumbilly, Jindabyne, Jinden, Jingera, Kalkite, Karabar, Kindervale, Krawarree, Kybeyan, Lake George, Larbert, Lords Hill, Maffra, Majors Creek, Manar, Marlowe, Mayfield, Merriangaah, Michelago, Middle Flat, Middlingbank, Mila, Monga, Mongarlowe, Moonbah, Mount Cooper, Mount Fairy, Mulloon, Murrumbucca, Myalla, Neringla, Nerriga, Nimmitabel, Nimmo, Northangera, Numbla Vale, Numeralla, Oallen, Old Adaminaby, Paddys Flat, Palarang, Paupong, Peak View, Perisher Valley, Pine Valley, Polo Flat, Primrose Valley, Providence Portal, Queanbeyan, Queanbeyan East, Queanbeyan West, Quidong, Reidsdale, Rhine Falls, Rock Flat, Rockton, Rocky Plain, Rose Valley, Rosemeath, Rossi, Royalla, Shannons Flat, Smiggin Holes, Snowball, Snowy Plain, Springfield, Steeple Flat, Sutton, Tantangara, Tarago, The Angle, The Brothers, The Ridgeway, Thredbo, Tinderry, Tombong, Tomboye, Tralee, Tuross, Urila, Wamboin, Wambrook, Warri, Williamsdale, Winifred, Wog Wog, Wyanbene, Yaouk, Yarrow.
Postcodes: 2580, 2581, 2619, 2620, 2621, 2622, 2623, 2624, 2625, 2626, 2627, 2628, 2629, 2630, 2631, 2632, 2633
Delegate to ALP National Conference since 2004.
Country Labor Candidate for Monaro 2003 and 2007.
Australian Labor Party Candidate for Federal Seat of Eden-Monaro 2001 and 1998.
President Eden-Monaro Federal Electorate Council 1999 & 2002.
Delegate to NSW Country Labor Conference since 1999.
Delegate to NSW Branch Annual Conference 1998 to 2006.
Member of NSW Branch Infrastructure Policy Committee 2000.
Delegate Eden-Monaro Federal Electorate Council & Monaro State Electorate Council (various).
ALP Candidate 1995 ACT election.
President Weston Creek Sub-branch ALP - 1993.
Vice - President ACT Branch ALP - 1988-89 & 1989-90.
Member ACT ALP Campaign Committee 1989, 1992.
Senior Vice President Weston Creek sub-branch - 1990 to 1992.
Secretary Weston Creek Sub-branch - 1987 to 1989.
Steve Whan has been involved in a variety of community based organisations prior to and since being elected to the New South Wales Parliament. These include School Councils and P&C, sporting and community groups. He was a founding member of the South East Region Academy of Sport Board, was previously a member of the ACT Academy of Sport Board and the ACT Sport and Fitness Committee.
A life member of the ACT Water Polo Association, Steve has been an active player, coach and administrator over many years including being President of ACT Water Polo, organiser of water polo at the 1997 Masters Games, manager of various ACT teams and an active founding member of the Tuggeranong Vikings Water Polo Club.
Born: 11 February 1964 (Canberra)
Cherie and Steve have two kids and live in Queanbeyan
Education: 1998 University of Western Sydney Graduate Certificate in Management
1985 University of Canberra (then CCAE) Bachelor Of Arts In Social Sciences Majoring in Economics and Politics
Interests: Active Water Polo player, running, body surfing, open water swimming, bush walking, reading and gardening
various sporting and other activities with my two children
2002 Consultant - Steve Whan and Associates, Consultants in Community Relations and Sport
Nov 1998 - Aug 2001 Australian Sports Commission SportNet Project Officer
Jan 1998 - Jul 1998 Australian Sports Commission: Project Officer - Planning and Human Resources Sections
1994 - Jan 1998 Australian Sports Commission: Assistant Manager - Policy and International Section
May 1992 - Mar 1994 Office of Hon. Ros Kelly MP: Adviser to Hon. Ros Kelly MP, Minister for Environment, Sport and Territories
Feb 1988 - May 1992 Office of Hon. Bob McMullan: Electorate/ Research Officer for Hon. Bob McMullan
Aug 1987 - Feb 1988 Office of the Hon. John Brown MP: Assistant Private Secretary to Hon. John Brown MP, Minister for Arts, Sport, Environment, Tourism and Territories
Apr 1986 - Aug 1987 Australian Labor Party National Secretariat: Research Assistant
Prior to 1986 Various temporary and casual employment
Elected Member for Monaro, 22 March 2003
Member Legislative Assembly Public Accounts Committee 2003 – 2007.
Member Speakers Technology Advisory Committee 2003 –
Rural Affairs, Local Government & Emergency Services
Agriculture and Fisheries (Chair)
Infrastructure and Planning, and Minister for Natural Resources
Sport & Tourism
The Parliament of New South Wales acknowledges and respects the traditional lands of all Aboriginal people, and pays respects to all Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Gadigal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Parliament of New South Wales stands.