Gary Madden

Contact Gary

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

Candidate for Bass

Much like Jacqui, Gary Madden was a truck driver in the Army Transport Corp.

But due to multiple knee operations, Gary was forced to leave the Army.

Gary is one of the lucky ones; he hasn’t had any problems with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. But his mates have and Gary wants to do what he can from state Parliament to ensure Tasmanian veterans are getting the support they need.

This includes fighting for greater funding of mental health services in Tasmania and creating more job opportunities.

Gary has his ear to the ground in Bass and wants to be a voice for the people in his region.

He started by joining an action group for the Dorset Council to improve Bridport, where Gary saw there was a lot of things that need improving in his area.

Gary has heard from Bass residents they aren’t happy with the roads in their electorate and believe the deteriorating infrastructure prevents Bass from capitalising from the tourism boom Tasmania is experiencing. 

Gary has personally been affected by the public health crisis, he has watched his father fight to get the testing and treatment he needs, when he needs it.

By the same token, Gary will fight for better resourced hospitals, to decrease the waiting lists, and increase beds available to ensure the improved health of his region, and the rest of the state.

Contact Gary

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

Candidate for Bass

Much like Jacqui, Gary Madden was a truck driver in the Army Transport Corp.

But due to multiple knee operations, Gary was forced to leave the Army.

Gary is one of the lucky ones; he hasn’t had any problems with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. But his mates have and Gary wants to do what he can from state Parliament to ensure Tasmanian veterans are getting the support they need.

This includes fighting for greater funding of mental health services in Tasmania and creating more job opportunities.

Gary has his ear to the ground in Bass and wants to be a voice for the people in his region.

He started by joining an action group for the Dorset Council to improve Bridport, where Gary saw there was a lot of things that need improving in his area.

Gary has heard from Bass residents they aren’t happy with the roads in their electorate and believe the deteriorating infrastructure prevents Bass from capitalising from the tourism boom Tasmania is experiencing. 

Gary has personally been affected by the public health crisis, he has watched his father fight to get the testing and treatment he needs, when he needs it.

By the same token, Gary will fight for better resourced hospitals, to decrease the waiting lists, and increase beds available to ensure the improved health of his region, and the rest of the state.