Sam Duluk MP
State Member for Davenport
Electorate Office Contact Details:
1/7-9 Young Street
Blackwood SA 5051
Sam has spent his professional career in accounting and finance in the banking industry and understands how important it is to create prosperity for small business.
Small business forms the backbone of our economy and provides thousands of jobs for South Australians.
Sam knows that families are struggling with high cost of living pressures exacerbated by Labor’s recent Emergency Services Levy hike - a tax on your home.
Ensuring that our graduates aren’t forced to leave South Australia for career opportunities, looking after our elderly and most vulnerable in our community, ensuring that our open spaces and natural environment are cared for and addressing transport and traffic problems such as Main Road, Blackwood and Flagstaff Road are high on Sam's priority list.
Sir Samuel Davenport (1818-1906) was elected to the Legislative Council in 1857. He was responsible for damming the Torrens Gorge, laying pipes to the city and encouraging the cultivation of a diverse range of crops and fruits, including the production of olive oil and the introduction of the docile Ligurian bee.
Area: approx. 48.5 km2
Location: South of the City of Adelaide, the district extends from residential suburbs on the plains into the southern Adelaide foothills and includes Belair National Park. Some boundary changes at the 2007 redistribution.
History: The seat was created at the 1969 redistribution.