RA Annual Luncheon with Corey Wingard (Adelaide)
19/11/2021 12:00 to 19/11/2021 14:30
Venue: The Ellington
Join us as Minister Wingard provides an update on some of the major integrated transport projects and initiatives currently underway in South Australia. He will discuss the 10.5km Torrens to Darlington (T2D) section of the North-South Corridor, the most significant infrastructure project ever undertaken in South Australia.
The Minister will also set out other major investments in road capacity and safety across Adelaide and regional SA, and outline how digital technology is enhancing customer experience across SA’s transport network.
You don’t want to miss out on our biggest networking lunch in Adelaide this year! Act now to secure your corporate tables or seats for what promises to be a fantastic 'end-of-season' event.
Naturally this lunch will be held consistent with current COVID 19 state guidelines and requirements.
Date: Friday 19 November 2021
Time: 12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close
Where: The Ellington, 23 Hackney Rd, Adelaide
Diet: Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements
Members Seat - $165 (inc GST)
Non Members Seat - $214.50 (inc GST)
Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1,320 (inc GST)
Non Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1,716 (inc GST)
Roads Australia offers 5 free seats to members on maternity/paternity leave for every Industry Lunch or Forum on a first-in, best dressed basis. Please email email@example.com directly to secure one of these complimentary seats.
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This event is proudly sponsored by
Hon. Corey Wingard MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport and Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing
Corey Wingard was elected to the South Australian Parliament as the Member for Mitchell in March 2014.
He was re-elected in 2018 to represent the new electorate of Gibson and was appointed as the Minister for Police, Emergency Services, Correctional Services, Recreation, Sport and Racing in the Marshall Government.
In July 2020, he was appointed Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.
Prior to this, Corey served as the Shadow Minister for Transport and Road Safety from June 2014 to Jan 2016, before being Shadow Minister for Small Business, Manufacturing and Innovation, Cost of Living and Automotive Transformation.
In January 2017 those roles were consolidated and Corey became the Shadow Minister for Industry, Sport, Recreation and Racing.
Corey was born in South Australia and grew up in Oaklands Park and Brighton, suburbs that now form the Electorate of Gibson.
He was educated at Brighton Secondary School and the University of South Australia.
Before entering politics, Corey worked as a broadcast journalist in local and interstate newsrooms.
He is passionate about sport, both on and off the field and is actively involved in numerous community groups in his electorate and the broader community.
Corey is married and has four children.