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Warren

Entsch

Leichhardt

Warren

Entsch

Leichhardt

Warren

Entsch

LNP Federal Candidate for Leichhardt

Take a SCREENSHOT

Voting Locations for Leichhardt

Commonwealth Centre

Ground Floor
104 Grafton St

CAIRNS CITY QLD 4870

None Access

Cairns DFO

Westcourt Plaza
274-302 Mulgrave Rd

WESTCOURT QLD 4870

Full Access

Mount Sheridan Plaza

106-132 Barnard Dr

MOUNT SHERIDAN QLD 4868

Assisted Access

Gungarde Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation

Gungarde
92 Charlotte St

COOKTOWN QLD 4895

Assisted Access

Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Tjapukai
4 Skyrail Dr

SMITHFIELD QLD 4878

None Access

Port Douglas Community Centre

13-29 Mowbray St

PORT DOUGLAS QLD 4877

Assisted Access

Saibai Community Hall

Main Rd

SAIBAI ISLAND QLD 4875

Kubin Community Hall

70 Ikilgau Yabu

MOA ISLAND QLD 4875

Susie Madua Conference Centre

320 Wa-Tyne St

NAPRANUM QLD 4874

None Access

St Pauls Community Hall

207 Saveka St

MOA ISLAND QLD 4875

Mabuiag Community Hall

Map St

MABUIAG ISLAND QLD 4875

Mer Community Hall

Marou Rd

MER ISLAND QLD 4875

Masig Community Hall

Dans Rd

MASIG ISLAND QLD 4875

Erub Council Library

Medigee Village

ERUB ISLAND QLD 4875

Ugar Community Hall

57 Randall St

UGAR ISLAND QLD 4875

Poruma Community Hall

Olandi St

PORUMA ISLAND QLD 4875

Warraber Community Hall

24 Ganaia St

WARRABER ISLAND QLD 4875

Umagico Community Hall

14 Peter Street

UMAGICO QLD 4876

Injinoo Community Hall

57 McDonnell Street

INJINOO QLD 4876

None Access

Seisia Indigenous Knowledge Centre

Tumema St

SEISIA QLD 4876

New Mapoon Council Office

Brown St

NEW MAPOON QLD 4876

Hammond Is Community Hall

Francis Rd

HAMMOND ISLAND QLD 4875

Iama Community Hall

Mosby St

IAMA ISLAND QLD 4875

Dauan Community Hall

Main Rd

DAUAN ISLAND QLD 4875

Mapoon Council Chambers

Red Beach Rd

MAPOON QLD 4874

None Access

Wo’uw Ko’alam Community Centre

524 Tal Tal St

AURUKUN QLD 4892

None Access

Laura Hall

4 Terminus St

LAURA QLD 4892

Thursday Island Boat Club

91 Victoria Parade

THURSDAY ISLAND QLD 4875

Assisted Access

Weipa Storm Surge Shelter

1 Hibberd Dr

ROCKY POINT QLD 4874

Assisted Access

Warren Entsch has a clear plan for Leichhardt
1
Helping families with Cost-of-Living Pressures

Supporting local families with their household budget pressures, like cutting fuel excise in half, saving you 22 cents per litre for six months. We’re also making a one-off payment of $250 for 17,314 local pensioners and carers and increasing their regular payments. And we’re establishing a $10 billion reinsurance pool to reduce premiums, while investing in affordable housing.

2
Securing our Economic Recovery to create well paid local jobs

Our economic recovery plan lowers taxes for families and small business and invests in skills, infrastructure and manufacturing. Around 72,000 local low and middle income earners will receive up to $1,500 in further tax relief this year, including a $420 tax offset. And we’re investing in extra skills & training places.

3
Building better local roads and regional highways

We’re investing in local roads to save lives and reduce travel times. Major local projects include $287.2 million for the Captain Cook Highway upgrade (in planning stages with QLD Transport and Main Roads), $180 million for the Cairns Southern Access Corridor – Stage 5 (in progress), $240 million for the Cairns Western Arterial Road Duplication (commencing September 2022) and $68.5 million to the continue the sealing of the Peninsula Development Road.

4
Better access to quality health, aged care and education for local families

Investing in better services and a stronger Medicare by delivering over 350,000 local Medicare telehealth consultations since 2020 and we’ve funded more than 1.7 million free or subsidised medicines in the last year. Making childcare more affordable by removing the annual cap and increasing subsidies for families with multiple children. We’re investing record funding in aged care to help the 20,743 seniors living locally. Construction on the $60 million University Hospital is also underway and we’re improving the quality of life for women living with endometriosis with record support for our National Action Plan.

5
Protecting our local lifestyle and environment

I’m proud that we’re investing in our local communities, with better facilities and public spaces and a health local environment that families can enjoy now and into the future. Projects like the Cairns Cycling Club, Cape Animal Protection Society Shelter in Weipa, Cooktown Botanical Gardens and the Cairns Gallery Precinct. We’re building the first ever renewable energy microgrid in the Daintree and providing an extra $1 billion to protect the Great Barrier Reef.

6
Securing our defence and sovereign manufacturing capabilities

National security is an important issue for all Far North Queenslanders.That’s why the Morrison Government is investing $70 million to establish Defence’s Regional Maintenance Centre here in Cairns, along with multi-million-dollar upgrades to HMAS Cairns. As more naval ships are maintained here in Cairns, more Defence and industry personnel will be required, which will further support long-term local jobs and diversify our economy. The first of six Australian-built Evolve Cape class patrol boats will also be home-ported in Cairns from mid-2022. This is in addition to supporting agriculture and manufacturing jobs through our investment in the Mossman Mill Bio Precinct as part of our $1.5 billion Modern Manufacturing Strategy.

Our Plan is Building a Strong Economy for a Stronger Future

Creating more, better paid jobs.

Delivering tax relief for workers and small businesses.

Investing in roads, rail, dams and renewables.

Making record investments in health and aged care.

A stronger defence force to keep Australians safe.

Authorised by Lincoln Folo, Liberal National Party of Queensland, 281 Sandgate Road, Albion QLD 4010

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