Gina Timms

Contact Gina

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

Candidate for Braddon

Burnie-born entertainer Gina Timms believes it’s important to give back to the community that raised her.

That’s why the singer is the ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, volunteers at the Devonport Warriors Basketball Club, and gives endlessly of her time and talents as a singer.

And now she wants to represent Braddon in state Parliament.

Wife and mother of two, Gina was the 2007 Barnardos’ Tasmanian Mother of the Year and when she isn’t recording music, she works in ICT.

At the end of the day, Gina is an everyday Australian who just wants to make life better for her family and friends.

Gina knows what it’s like to face some of life’s toughest challenges, having beaten cancer, and lives with chronic back pain.

The public health system is in crisis and Gina can empathise with those trying to navigate the health and welfare system and will fight for a better health system, better hospitals, and better community services.

Gina would like to do more in the field of mental health and disabilities, to ensure there is easier access and more funding of services so every Tasmanian can get help when they need it.

It’s not in Gina to give up and if elected, she will fight for real change for Tasmanians. 

Contact Gina

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

Candidate for Braddon

Burnie-born entertainer Gina Timms believes it’s important to give back to the community that raised her.

That’s why the singer is the ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, volunteers at the Devonport Warriors Basketball Club, and gives endlessly of her time and talents as a singer.

And now she wants to represent Braddon in state Parliament.

Wife and mother of two, Gina was the 2007 Barnardos’ Tasmanian Mother of the Year and when she isn’t recording music, she works in ICT.

At the end of the day, Gina is an everyday Australian who just wants to make life better for her family and friends.

Gina knows what it’s like to face some of life’s toughest challenges, having beaten cancer, and lives with chronic back pain.

The public health system is in crisis and Gina can empathise with those trying to navigate the health and welfare system and will fight for a better health system, better hospitals, and better community services.

Gina would like to do more in the field of mental health and disabilities, to ensure there is easier access and more funding of services so every Tasmanian can get help when they need it.

It’s not in Gina to give up and if elected, she will fight for real change for Tasmanians.