Our elected Councillors are …

East Ward Councillors


Through life experiences as a RAAF pilot, small business owner and now working for Fairfax Media’s Financial Review Group, Brendan offers a steady pair of hands to keep the City on track to becoming stronger and better and more community focused than it is already.


A Councillor since 2008, Tony is passionate supporter of our village shopping centres, our parks and beaches and our stunning coastline. Proud of Coogee’s vibrant mix of nationalities, entertainment, sports and leisure facilities. Tony advocates against; over development; late-night anti-social behaviour; better services for us, our community and sporting groups.


Councillor since 1995 and Mayor for 2010, Murray is a vocal supporter of light rail, advocate for more community services, and lobbyist against pro-developer agendas. Proud of Randwick City Council’s green achievements, Murray aims to empower and improve community participation in Council decision making via the Precinct system.

North Ward Councillors


Kathy is an experienced print journalist, radio broadcaster and historian with a long standing commitment to local government. Kathy has been a grassroots campaigner for over 30 years with a strong interest in heritage, social justice, affordable housing, childcare, as well as environmental sustainability, community transport and youth and aged services.

Lindsay SHUREY

Lindsay is a long time resident of Randwick City and firm believer in listening to residents and representing their local environment. Lindsay has been an active member of her local Precinct Group since its inception over a decade ago and works at the College of Fine Arts. She  advocates for transparent and fair democracy at all levels.


First elected to Council in 2008, Kiel is believes local Councils should stick to the issues that matter to local residents and not international affairs. Improving the availability of parking, better traffic management and quality local roads are Kiel’s primary objectives, in addition to respecting local amenity, opposing high rise and overdevelopment in our residential suburbs.