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Mr Giovanni Domenic Barilaro

Mr (John) Giovanni Domenic BARILARO, MP

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Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Monaro
Member of The Nationals
Contact Details
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Monaro Electorate Office
A Mr John Barilaro, MP
213 Crawford Street
P (02) 6299 4899
F (02) 6297 9998

Parliamentary Activity
Current Positions
Position Start Notes
Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly 26 Mar 2011
Member for Monaro 26 Mar 2011
Prior Positions
Position Start End Period Notes
Deputy Premier 15 Nov 2016 05 Oct 2021 4 years 10 months 21 days
Minister for Regional New South Wales, Industry and Trade 02 Apr 2019 05 Oct 2021 2 years 6 months 4 days
Minister for Regional New South Wales 30 Jan 2017 02 Apr 2019 2 years 2 months 4 days
Minister for Skills 30 Jan 2017 02 Apr 2019 2 years 2 months 4 days
Minister for Small Business 30 Jan 2017 02 Apr 2019 2 years 2 months 4 days
Minister for Regional Development 02 Apr 2015 23 Jan 2017 1 year 9 months 22 days
Minister for Skills 02 Apr 2015 23 Jan 2017 1 year 9 months 22 days
Minister for Small Business 17 Oct 2014 23 Jan 2017 2 years 3 months 7 days
Minister for Regional Tourism 17 Oct 2014 02 Apr 2015 5 months 17 days
Leader of The Nationals 15 Nov 2016 06 Oct 2021 4 years 10 months 22 days
Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business and Regional Development 06 May 2014 17 Oct 2014 5 months 12 days
Temporary Speaker 22 Nov 2011 07 May 2014 2 years 5 months 16 days
Member, Joint Select Committee on Loose Fill Asbestos Insulation 18 Sep 2014 17 Dec 2014 3 months
Chair, Select Committee on the Motor Vehicle Repair Industry 19 Nov 2013 02 Jul 2014 7 months 14 days
Chair, Legislative Assembly Committee on Law and Safety 23 Jun 2011 14 May 2014 2 years 10 months 22 days Appointed to the Committee on 22 June 2011 and elected Chair on 23 June 2011.
About the Monaro Electorate
Rural. Located within Snowy Mountains Statistical Agricultural Subdivision.

Principal towns: 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, 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, 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, Springfield, Steeple Flat, Sutton, Tarago, The Angle, The Brothers, The Ridgeway, Thredbo, Tinderry, Tombong, Tomboye, Tralee, Tuross, Urila, Wamboin, Wambrook, Warri, Williamsdale, Winifred, Wog Wog, Wyanbene, Yaouk.

Area: 20,479.02 sq km.

Population: 71,848. Enrolment: 57,000.

Political Party Activity

June 2009 to June 2010 Secretary, Monaro Branch of The Nationals .

Community Activity

Founder President, Monaro Panthers Football Club 2001 to 2010. Patron, Gawald Kalinga Canberra 2010. Director, Capital Football 2000. Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors current.

Local Government Activity

September 2008 to present Councillor, Queanbeyan City Council.

Military Service

Honours Received


Married with 2 children.

Qualifications, Occupations and Interests

Currently working towards completion of Certificate IV, Frontline Business Management with the Housing Industry Association. Certificate IV, Quantative and Tendering, Housing Industry Association, 2003. Certificate IV, Construction and Building Services, Housing Industry Association, 2003. Year 12 Certificate, St Edmunds College, 1989.

September 2003 to present Business Owner, Ryleho Home Solutions. January 1994 to September 2003 Manager, Ryhelo Pty Ltd.

Interests include fishing, soccer, movies, all sports. Co-Founder/Coordinator Singok Football Exchange Program. 2001 Monaro Community Award Recipient. FFA Level 1 - Youth Football Coach.

Additional Information

Inaugural speech, 2 June 2011: