Cr David Law

Division 10

Representing Belli Park, Bridges, Burnside, Coes Creek, Coolabine, Cooloolabin, Dulong, Eerwah Vale, Eumundi, Gheerulla, Highworth, Image Flat, Kenilworth, Kiamba, Kidaman Creek, Kulangoor, Kureelpa, Mapleton, Nambour, Ninderry, North Arm, Obi Obi, Parklands, Perwillowen, Rosemount, Towen Mountain, Yandina.

View the Division 10 boundary map [798KB].

Contact details

Cr Law's office is located in the Eddie DeVere building on the corner of Currie and Bury Streets, Nambour.

If you would like to meet with Cr Law, please call to arrange an appointment.

Phone:      (07) 5441 8368
Mobile:    0437 825 569
Online form: Contact your local Councillor

For after hours emergencies contact council.


  • Community - which includes:
    • Community development
    • Community policy and strategy
    • First Nations Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan
    • Community grants programs
    • Community events
    • Libraries
    • Community facilities planning, management and development
    • Multiculturalism

Council positions

  • Nambour Activation Group 
  • Community Strategy Leadership Group
  • Multicultural Action Group
  • Biosphere Project Control Group (PCG)
  • Olympic PCG
  • Quarry Advisory Group

Areas of interest in council

  • Community development
  • Creative arts
  • Environment
  • Accessibility
  • Active Transport


  • Master of Disability Studies (High Distinction) Newcastle University
  • Diploma in Business and Finance

Career history

  • Epic Assist, National Manager for Disability Services across 80 locations in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania
  • Sunshine Coast Children's Therapy Centre, General Manager
  • Help Enterprises, Service Manager
  • Endeavour Foundation, Service Manager
  • Youth Worker
  • Holiday Park Manager

Volunteer /community roles

  • Run Director for Nambour Parkrun
  • Co-host and organisation of Sunday Folk and Namba Folk Club, music event in Nambour

Favourite quote

"I want to help make the world better, but I can't do it all on my own" Billy Bragg

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