WILSON, Timothy (Tim) RobertBiography for WILSON, Timothy (Tim) Robert

Member for Goldstein (Vic)

Liberal Party of Australia

Parliamentary Service

Elected to the House of Representatives for Goldstein, Victoria, 2016.

Committee Service

House of Representatives Standing: Health, Aged Care and Sport from 14.9.16; Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources from 14.9.16; Social Policy and Legal Affairs from 14.9.16; Economics from 10.9.18 (Chair from 10.9.18).

Joint Standing: Trade and Investment Growth from 20.6.18.

Party Positions

Member, Liberal Party of Australia (Victorian Division), 1998-2013; 2016-present.

Chair, Burwood Electorate Conference (LIB), 2002-05; 2008-10.

Inaugural Convenor, Liberal Book Club, 2009-13.

Chair, Southern Metropolitan Region (LIB), 2010-13.

Other Positions

Director, Monyx Education Services, 2002-04.

Member, Monash University Council, 2005.

Board Member, Victorian Nursing and Midwifery Board, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, 2011-13.

Board Director, Alfred Health, 2011-14.


Born 12.3.1980, Prahran, Vic.


Qualifications and Occupation before entering Federal Parliament

BA (Policy Studies) (Monash), M. Diplomacy and Trade (International Trade) (Monash), Dip. Bus. (Vic. Qualifications Authority), GradCert (Energy & Carbon Management) (Murdoch).

Electorate Officer, Parliament of Victoria, 1999-2001.

Vice President, Monash University Student Union Caulfield, 2001.

President, Monash University Student Union Caulfield, 2002, 2003.

Project Manager, Australian APEC Study Centre (Development), 2004-06.

Trade Consultant, ITS Global, 2006.

Senior Associate, SDA Strategic communication consulting, 2007-10.

Policy director, Institute of Public Affairs, 2007-13.

Contributor, Melbourne Talk Radio, 2011-12.

Contributor and occasional host, 3AW 693 Talk Radio, 2012-13.

Principal consultant, Dynamic Sunrise Consulting, 2007-14; 2016.

Australia's Human Rights Commissioner, 2014-16.


Turning Left or Right: Values in Modern Politics (joint ed. with C Carli and P Collits), Connor Court Publishing: Australia, 2013.


Description: inner metropolitan.

Location: south-eastern Melbourne; it includes the suburbs of Beaumaris, Bentleigh (part), Black Rock, Brighton East, Caulfield South, Cheltenham (part), Elsternwick (part), Glen Huntly (part), Hampton, Hampton East, Highett (part), Ormond (part) and Sandringham.

Area: 50 sq km (approx.).

Electors enrolled: 104 931 (at 2.7.16).

Industries: mainly residential; light industrial and commercial activities.

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