Mia Davies

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Postal Address

PO Box 92
Northam, WA 6401

Northam Electorate Office

171 Fitzgerald St
Northam, WA 6401
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Phone (08) 9622 2871

Merredin Electorate Office

1800 673 914
Old Town Hall Mitchell Street
Merredin, WA, 6415
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Mia Davies

Leader | Member for Central Wheatbelt

Spokesperson for Regional Development; State Development; Public Sector Management; Jobs and Trade; Federal-State Relations

Mia was first elected to represent the Agricultural Region at the 2008 State election. At the 2013 State election, Mia successfully contested the seat of Central Wheatbelt for The Nationals WA.

In November 2013 Mia made history when she became the first female party member to be appointed Deputy Leader of The Nationals WA. A month later she was appointed to Cabinet as Minister for Water; Forestry and in late 2014 added the Sport and Recreation portfolio to her Ministerial responsibilities.

She has a particular interest in education and health and has been working to improve these services throughout the Wheatbelt region.

Prior to entering Parliament, Mia worked as a policy adviser for the Leader of the Parliamentary National Party, executive officer at the Chamber of Minerals and Energy and as a communications consultant. Mia holds a Bachelor of Marketing and the Media from Murdoch University.

She is a member of the Northam Chamber of Commerce, Avon Tourism Board, Wheatbelt Business Network, Avon Community Development Foundation, Country Women’s Association, Youth Advisory Council, Country Arts WA and the Royal Agricultural Society.

Following the 2017 State election, Mia was elected Parliamentary Leader of The Nationals WA.

Latest news about Mia Davies

Proud Bunuba-Kija woman Millie Hills flies Nationals flag for Kimberley

The Nationals WA have pre-selected their candidate for the Kimberley, adding to an ever-growing team of regional champions committed to greater regional representation in the WA Parliament in March 2021. Bunuba-Kija woman Millie Hills, from Halls Creek in the east Kimberley, was endorsed by The Nationals WA State Council today. She is the first Aboriginal…

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