Colin Smith

Contact Colin

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
col@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Braddon

After a lengthy career in the military spanning almost 30 years, Colin Smith took the first opportunity presented to him in 2007 to return to Tasmania – the only place he has ever called home.

Having been brought up in Flowerdale on the North-West Coast, Colin grew up with a love and respect for nature and spent much of his youth working on farms where he developed an appreciation for the outdoors.

When Colin discharged from the military in 2011 he trained as a builder which exposed him to the challenges of running a small business.

Having travelled extensively throughout Australia and living in almost every state for work, Colin knows too well the strain and pressure on families to work away from home for extended periods of time. This is why Colin feels strongly about the need for the Tasmanian Government to focus on creating real, sustainable work right here so Tasmanians don’t have to look further afield for work.

Colin believes politicians need to start thinking outside the square and turn obstacles into opportunities for the people of Tasmania and in particular the electorate of Braddon, where unemployment is highest.

Colin is a reliable and dependable man of integrity who was trained to serve his country. But now he has a compelling desire to serve his community, Colin wanted to be a part of a political party that was committed to the Tasmanian people and had a history of trust and honesty.

Knowing he wasn’t the only Tasmanian disheartened by the major parties, Colin felt it was his duty to be a part of the solution. 

Contact Colin

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
col@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Braddon

After a lengthy career in the military spanning almost 30 years, Colin Smith took the first opportunity presented to him in 2007 to return to Tasmania – the only place he has ever called home.

Having been brought up in Flowerdale on the North-West Coast, Colin grew up with a love and respect for nature and spent much of his youth working on farms where he developed an appreciation for the outdoors.

When Colin discharged from the military in 2011 he trained as a builder which exposed him to the challenges of running a small business.

Having travelled extensively throughout Australia and living in almost every state for work, Colin knows too well the strain and pressure on families to work away from home for extended periods of time. This is why Colin feels strongly about the need for the Tasmanian Government to focus on creating real, sustainable work right here so Tasmanians don’t have to look further afield for work.

Colin believes politicians need to start thinking outside the square and turn obstacles into opportunities for the people of Tasmania and in particular the electorate of Braddon, where unemployment is highest.

Colin is a reliable and dependable man of integrity who was trained to serve his country. But now he has a compelling desire to serve his community, Colin wanted to be a part of a political party that was committed to the Tasmanian people and had a history of trust and honesty.

Knowing he wasn’t the only Tasmanian disheartened by the major parties, Colin felt it was his duty to be a part of the solution.