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Dr David John Honey MLA
BSc (Hons); PhD; CChem; FRACI
Shadow Minister for State Development; Water; Hydrogen; Small Business; Science; Innovation & ICT
Suite 12, 589 Stirling Highway
Cottesloe WA WA 6011
Ph: 9383 1505
Fax: 9385 2352
Speeches by Dr David John Honey
Extract from the Western Australian Parliamentary Handbook
HONEY, Dr David John, MLA
Member for Cottesloe
Elected to the Fortieth Parliament for Cottesloe at the by-election on 17 March 2018, held to fill the vacancy consequent upon the resignation of
Colin James Barnett
Shadow Ministerial Appointments
Shadow Minister for Water; Shadow Minister Assisting the Leader from 16 April 2018 to 27 June 2019.
Shadow Minister for Water; Industrial Development from 27 June 2019 to 24 July 2019.
Shadow Minister for Water; Industrial Development; Lands from 24 July 2019 to 8 December 2020.
Shadow Minister for Energy; Renewables & Hydrogen; Water; Industrial Development; Lands from 8 December 2020 to 19 April 2021.
Shadow Minister for State Development; Energy; Hydrogen; Science; Innovation and ICT from 19 April 2021 to 29 March 2022.
Shadow Minister for State Development; Energy; Hydrogen; Science; Innovation and ICT; Water from 29 March 2022 to 7 February 2023.
Shadow Minister for State Development; Water; Hydrogen; Small Business; Science; Innovation & ICT from 7 February 2023.
Member, Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation from 16 May 2018 to 29 January 2021.
Member, Economics and Industry Standing Committee from 28 November 2019 to 29 January 2021.
Member, Public Accounts Committee from 12 May 2021 (Deputy Chair from 26 May 2021) to 21 February 2023.
Member, Joint Standing Committee on Audit from 26 May 2021 to 21 February 2023.
Member, Procedure and Privileges Committee from 12 May 2021.
Member, Community Development and Justice Standing Committee from 21 February 2023 (Chair from 22 February 2023).
Parliamentary Party Appointments
Leader of the WA Liberal Party from 23 March 2021 to 30 January 2023.
Born 18 April 1958, Mt Barker, Western Australia.
Qualifications and occupation before entering Parliament
BSc (Hons); PhD; CChem; FRACI.
Refining Residue Manager.
COTTESLOE - ELECTORATE PROFILE
The electorate of Cottesloe is located in the North Metropolitan Region and includes all or parts of the City of Fremantle, City of Nedlands, Shire of Peppermint Grove, Town of Cambridge, Town of Claremont, Town of Cottesloe and the Town of Mosman Park.
Comprising of all or part of the localities of City Beach, Claremont, Cottesloe, Dalkeith, Mosman Park, Mt Claremont, North Fremantle, Peppermint Grove and Swanbourne.
Enrolment - 31,219 (11 February 2021)
Area - 38 km
Further Biographical Details for Dr David John Honey
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Acknowledgement of Country
The Parliament of Western Australia is honoured to be situated on the ancestral lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. The Parliament acknowledges the First Australians as the traditional owners of the lands we represent and pays respects to their Elders both past and present.