Norm Wyndham has been a passionate advocate for the residents of McDowall ward since being elected in 2004. He has worked tirelessly to ensure McDowall is a place where locals can be proud of where they live and the communities with which they identify.
As a member of Team Quirk, Norm is widely known for his enthusiastic commitment to getting things done and planning for the future.
During his term in Council Norm has been Deputy Chair of the Environment Parks and Sustainability Committee and had chaired Brisbane’s Clean Up Australia Day for many years. Currently he is Deputy Chair for Field Services which covers most of the construction of infrastructure across the city and waste services. He is a current member of the Infrastructure Committee.
Norm has a great interest in environmental issues and enjoys camping, bushwalking, fishing and cycling. His other passion is yachting having competed in many Brisbane to Gladstone yacht races. Before entering Council Norm worked as a manual arts teacher and had been an educator for 26 years, giving him an interest in issues which affect our youth.
Norm is always open to hear suggestions from local residents regarding how Council may improve our local suburbs with park upgrades, tree plantings, footpaths and cycleways.
McDowall Ward is comprised of the suburbs of McDowall, Everton Park and parts of Aspley, Bridgeman Downs, Chermside West, Stafford and Stafford Heights.
Basically from Kedron Brook in the south to Roghan Road in the north, and from Maundrell Terrace in the east to the Brisbane City Council boundary in the west.