Tony Smith is a champion of small business in our local area. He is always available and willing to meet with you or provide assistance because he understands the importance of small business in places such as Montrose.
Deborah Quitt Montrose Small Business Owner
Tony has been a great supporter and contributor to our local community projects, fundraisers and events.
Wayne De KlijnSeville
Tony Smith has been an ongoing advocate for the Steels Creek community. In particular his support and leadership greatly assisted us in receiving Mobile Tower Blackspot funding.
Stephanie GiffardPresident Steels Creek Association
I am always very impressed in how active Tony is. He has a passion for his community and the people that live here. Tony always listens to what people's concerns are and acts on those concerns.
Tony is actively involved in his electorate and ensures he is present at key community events. He is always approachable and willing to help out to make a difference to the community. Many local sporting clubs are thriving, enabling great community engagement across all ages thanks to Tony’s dedication and hard work.
Rodney WoodWarburton Football Club
For many years Tony has supported Montrose Netball Club. The community grant to upgrade our training courts is indicative of his dedication to women’s sport. Despite his busy schedule he always makes time to attend our functions and engage with our members.
Julie McDonaldMontrose Netball Club
Tony’s commitment and hard work for our community over the years has been unwavering. Tony has delivered on the projects he promised, we need him to keep working for us.
For well over a decade Tony has been a significant supporter of the work we do in the not-for-profit sector working with disadvantaged young people. Tony’s advice, resources and participation in our work has been invaluable.
Phil Stenhouse OAM, CEO Bridge Builders Youth Organisation
A re-elected Turnbull Government will make our streets safer by providing $420,000 for a CCTV camera network package in five Yarra Ranges communities, Federal Member for Casey Tony Smith MP announced today.
The funding has been pledged under the Coalition’s $40 million Safer Communities Fund.
The Coalition is getting on with the job of delivering our water infrastructure needs, today announcing $391,500 to fast track feasibility studies to improve water security for the horticulture industry in Casey.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce today announced the funding, as part of the National Water Infrastructure Development Fund.
No taxpayer funds have been used in the development or maintenance of this website.
Authorised by Tony Smith MP, Suite 11, 1 East Ridge Drive, Chirnside Park VIC 3116.