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Our Plan for Lindsay

Melissa McIntosh and the Liberal Team will deliver for Lindsay

 Upgrading amenities at Brothers Junior Rugby League Club and investing in new facilities at Bill Ball Oval.

 Investing in upgrades at Bennett Park in St Marys and building a new playspace at Monfarville Sportsground.

 Supporting Assistance Dogs Australia’s National Training School at Orchard Hills and upgrading Nepean Area Disabilities in St Marys.

 Delivering new facilities for Nepean Community and Neighbourhood Services and upgrading the Museum of Fire in Penrith.

A vote for Melissa McIntosh is a vote for:



The recent Budget saw the largest turnaround in Australia’s finances in over 70 years. Australia’s recovery is leading the world with higher jobs growth and economic growth than the major advanced economies.


Australia’s unemployment rate is 4%, the equal lowest level in nearly 50 years. 220,000 Australians are now in a trade apprenticeship – the highest level on record. By backing small businesses and investing in skills, manufacturing, infrastructure and energy, our economic plan will create more jobs.


79,700 taxpayers in Lindsay will benefit from further tax relief of up to $1,500 this year. A strong economy means the Government can provide practical relief for cost of living pressures – including halving the fuel excise for six months.


The small business tax rate has been reduced to 25% – the lowest level in 50 years. Our plan gives 16,100 local small businesses incentives to invest in technology. 4,000 local small businesses in Lindsay will be able to access our new 20% bonus deduction for upskilling their staff.


The Liberal Government is delivering the full upgrade of Dunheved Road, improvements at Jane Street and Mulgoa Road, and building Western Sydney International Airport which will create thousands of jobs and support local jobs and businesses in Western Sydney.


Emissions are down by 20% on 2005 levels. Australia has committed to net zero emissions by 2050. We will achieve this through technology, not taxes. Our Recycling Modernisation Fund will save 10 million tonnes from landfill every year by 2030.


Federal funding for NSW hospitals has almost doubled since 2013. Medicare bulk billing has increased to record levels (88.8%) and 772,000 Telehealth services have been provided in Lindsay since 2020.


After Labor reduced Defence funding to its lowest level since 1938, the Liberals are rebuilding our Defence Force – including building and upgrading over 70 vessels. We have secured our borders and are undertaking the largest ever investment in cybersecurity.

I need Melissa McIntosh on my Liberal Team in Lindsay to keep building a strong economy and a stronger future.

Scott Morrison
Prime Minister