Mr Jason Falinski

Mr Jason Falinski

Former Member

Liberal Party of Australia
House of Representatives


Parliamentary service
  • Elected to the House of Representatives for Mackellar, New South Wales, 2016. Re-elected 2019. Defeated at general elections 2022.
Parliamentary positions
  • Member of the Speaker's Panel from 24.8.2020.
Committee service
  • House of Representatives Standing: Tax and Revenue served from 14.9.2016 to 27.3.2018; Health, Aged Care and Sport served from 14.9.2016 to 7.11.2016; Publications served from 9.11.2016 to 11.4.2019; Social Policy and Legal Affairs served from 7.2.2018 to 11.4.2019; Tax and Revenue served as Chair from 28.3.2018 to 11.4.2022; Economics served from 20.6.2018 to 11.4.2019; Economics served as Chair from 25.10.2021 to 11.4.2022
  • Joint Standing: Treaties served from 23.7.2019 to 11.4.2022
  • Joint Statutory: Corporations and Financial Services served from 14.9.2016 to 11.4.2019; Corporations and Financial Services served from 4.7.2019 to 15.2.2021
Party positions
  • Vice-President of the Liberal Club (Sydney University), 1992.
  • President of the Young Liberal Movement (NSW), 1995.
  • Vice-President of the Federal Young Liberal Movement, 1996.
  • Member of the Liberal Party Federal Executive from 1996 to 1998.
  • President of the Federal Young Liberal Movement, 1997.
  • Born: 24.8.1970, Manly, Australia
  • Gender: Male
  • Marital Status: Married
Qualifications and occupation before entering Federal Parliament
  • BAgEc (University of Sydney).
  • MBA (Australian Graduate School of Management).
  • Corporate Affairs, Credit Union Services Corporation.
  • Strategy and M&A, Insurance Australia Group.
  • Managing Director, CareWell Health.
Local Government service
  • Member, Warringah Council from 2008 to 2012.
  • Name: Mackellar
  • Location: Mackellar covers an area from the northern part of Palm Beach, south to Dee Why and west to Duffys Forest. The main suburbs include Avalon, Bayview, Beacon Hill, Belrose, Bilgola Plateau, Church Point, Clareville, Collaroy, Cottage Point, Cromer, Davidson, Dee Why, Duffys Forest, Frenchs Forest (part), Forestville (part), Ingleside, Ku-Ring-Gai Chase, Mona Vale, Morning Bay, Narrabeen, Narraweena, Newport, Palm Beach, Scotland Island, Terrey Hills and Warriewood.
  • Area: 233 Sq km
  • Electors enrolled: 110,817 (at 12.6.2019)
  • Industries: Light manufacturing, service industries, commercial wholesale and retail trades and tourism.

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