Includes partially or wholly the following localities and postcodes.
Localities: Akolele, Angledale, Bald Hills, Barragga Bay, Batehaven, Batemans Bay, Bega, Belowra, Bemboka, Benandarah, Bergalia, Bermagui, Berrambool, Bimbimbie, Bingie, Black Range, Bodalla, Bournda, Boydtown, Broadwater, Brogo, Broulee, Buckajo, Buckenbowra, Burragate, Cadgee, Candelo, Catalina, Cathcart, Central Tilba, Chinnock, Cobargo, Coila, Congo, Coolagolite, Coopers Gully, Corunna, Currowan, Cuttagee, Dalmeny, Denhams Beach, Deua River Valley, Devils Hole, Dignams Creek, Doctor George Mountain, East Lynne, Eden, Eurobodalla, Frogs Hollow, Greendale, Greigs Flat, Guerilla Bay, Jellat Jellat, Jeremadra, Kalaru, Kameruka, Kanoona, Kiah, Kianga, Kingswood, Kiora, Lilli Pilli, Lochiel, Long Beach, Maloneys Beach, Malua Bay, Merimbula, Meringo, Merricumbene, Millingandi, Mirador, Mogareeka, Mogendoura, Mogilla, Mogo, Morans Crossing, Moruya, Moruya Heads, Mossy Point, Mount Darragh, Murrah, Myrtle Mountain, Mystery Bay, Nadgee, Narooma, Narrabarba, Nelligen, Nelson, Neringla, Nerrigundah, Nethercote, New Buildings, North Batemans Bay, North Narooma, Nullica, Numbugga, Nungatta, Nungatta South, Pambula, Pambula Beach, Pericoe, Potato Point, Quaama, Reedy Swamp, Rocky Hall, Rosedale, Runnyford, South Durras, South Pambula, South Wolumla, Stony Creek, Sunshine Bay, Surf Beach, Surfside, Tanja, Tantawangalo, Tarraganda, Tathra, Tilba Tilba, Timbillica, Tinpot, Tomakin, Toothdale, Towamba, Tura Beach, Turlinjah, Tuross Head, Verona, Wallaga Lake, Wallagoot, Wamban, Wandella, Wapengo, Wolumla, Wonboyn, Wonboyn North, Woodlands, Wyndham, Yellow Pinch, Yowrie.
Postcodes: 2536, 2537, 2545, 2546, 2548, 2549, 2550, 2551, 2622, 2632.
Area: 9774 square kilometres
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of NSW, 1981
Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 1991
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.