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September 2018

Meet the Candidates Dinner

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The next New South Wales state election is scheduled to be held on Saturday 23 March 2019 to elect the 58th Parliament of New South Wales.
The electorate of Wollondilly spans from Bowral in the South, Warragamba in the North West and Appin in the East. It also includes the wilderness in the west to Yaranderie and beyond. 
If you live within these boundaries you may be interested to learn who the candidates are for the State election representing Wollondilly residents, businesses and organisations. And what they stand for!
Picton Camber of Commerce has invited the candidates to join us for dinner on Wednesday, November 28th and speak to members and attendees.
You are invited to Meet The Candidates at our dinner meeting at the Picton Bowling Club. Tickets are $40 plus booking fee per person which includes mains and desert. Drinks are available from the bar.
Proceeds after expenses will be used to assist the community.
Attendees will hear from each of the candidates during the night and after dinner, each will answer preselected questions from the audience. Questions must be submitted by email prior to the night by sending them to

Get your tickets now


Tickets are strictly limited and the venue is expected to sell out quickly so don’t miss out.

Jason Bolwel

Jason Bolwel

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party Candidate 

Jo-Ann Davidson

Jo-Ann Davidson

Labor Party Candidate

Judy Hannan

Judy Hannan

Independent Candidate

Nathaniel Smith

Nathaniel Smith

Liberal Party Candidate


Event Information


6:15 pm to 9:30 pm Wednesday, 28th November 2018


Picton Bowling Club, 10 Cliffe Street, Picton NSW 2571

Ticket Price:

$40 plus booking fee


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Wollondilly Business Awards

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August 2018 Ordinary Meeting Update

Jo-Anne Bentley

Guest Speaker and Chamber Member

Jo-Anne has liaised with Chamber and a number of local business people to establish the criteria for managing and staging Wollondilly’s very own business awards night. The effort and commitment Jo-Anne is investing into this project and the cooperation of business people backing the awards means there is increasing momentum behind this exciting development. Most of the important criteria such as auditing, voting, categories, venues and dates have been nailed down and a formal announcement will be made shortly once the necessary infrastructure has been put in place.