What is the Legislative Council?

The Legislative Council is the Upper House of the Tasmanian State Parliament and has 15 elected representatives, each from single-member electorates.

All legislation from the House of Assembly, the Lower House, must pass the Legislative Council's scrutiny before it becomes law. This ensures the government of the day has "checks and balances".

Craig's role as your representative is to review new laws and changes to laws with you – his constituents – in mind.

Drop by the office

Craig is always available to discuss local, regional and national issues that concern you.

Please contact the office to arrange a meeting at a time that's convenient.

You may also call Craig on 03 6212 2371, get in touch on Facebook, or visit the office at 60 High Street, New Norfolk.