top of page

Your Voice for North Shore

North Shore needs an active representative in State Parliament

I am standing as an independent for North Shore because of the reluctance of the established parties to acknowledge or commit to addressing the reforms urgently needed in New South Wales. I have no obligations to a political party, to industry lobbyists or self appointed handlers. I do have the experience and the skills needed to take up the challenge of reform in Macquarie Street's notorious Bear Pit, and to drive it forward.

Over the past months I have attended meetings of residents across North Shore, listening to their concerns and their eagerness for change. There is a huge appetite in both North Sydney & Mosman for reform of the Government and Parliament, to clean out the stables and make a fresh start.


I am committed to responsible progressive government in New South Wales: to taking prompt action to defeat the scourge of rising inflation and urgent science-based action to mitigate the impacts of climate change; to open, accountable and long-term urban and regional planning; to integrity and transparency in government and politics; to equality and safety for women and girls and a fair go for the growing number of members of our society who have been forgotten and ignored by Government.


I first lived in this electorate as a student and returned here to set up house with my family after a few years overseas. While my work has taken me around Australia and overseas, my family home, my local polling place and my involvement in local issues remain constant.

In the federal election in May 2022, established parties received only one in three primary votes. The victory of six Teal women, their presence in Parliament and their active involvement in legislative reform have exposed the wasted decades of electing party hacks and hoping for the best.

I believe I have the knowledge, skill and standing to progress the urgent reform and change sought by the residents of North Shore, and that my voice will be heard.


Wish me well!

Thanks for submitting!


Campaign office: 4/31 East Crescent Street, McMahons Point, NSW 2060


Voices for North Shore acknowledges that we live and work on Country of the First Australians, the Cammeraigal and Borogegal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their elders, and to the elders and peoples of all the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nations, past and present.


Authorised by Victoria Walker, 4/31 East Crescent Street, McMahons Point, New South Wales 2060.


Victoria Walker Independent

bottom of page