Ryde Electorate

Suburbs in the Ryde Electorate

Denistone, Denistone East, Denistone West, Eastwood*, Macquarie Park, Marsfield, Meadowbank, Melrose Park*, North Ryde*, Ryde, West Ryde.
*denotes part of a suburb

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How I Can Help You

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Dear Constituent

As your local Member in the New South Wales Parliament I am proud to serve you and our community by being a strong advocate for the Ryde Electorate in Parliament.

If you ever have a problem that you feel I could help you solve, then please don’t hesitate to call and I will do my best to assist you.

When I am absent from my office on parliamentary, electorate or ministerial business you can direct any enquiries to my staff who are always happy to help and who are in touch with me at all times.

Yours sincerely,
The Hon. Victor Dominello MP
Member for Ryde

Mobile Office

Since 2008, Mobile Offices have let me listen to the issues that are relevant to our community. Mobile Offices ensure that I am informed about what is important to Ryde’s seniors, families, commuters and small businesses.

If you see me at a shopping centre, a café or a train station, come and say Hi or sit down for a chat. I’m here for you and I’m here to listen.


Your Local Member

Victor was born and raised in the Ryde area. He attended Holy Spirit Primary School, North Ryde and Marist College Eastwood before studying law at Macquarie University.

He worked as a lawyer for 14 years, including 8 years as a partner in a commercial law firm, where he represented clients in a number of landmark cases in both the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia. In 1995, Victor was elected as a Councillor of Ryde City Council and served until 2004.

Victor was elected to the NSW Parliament in September 2008 and re- elected in March 2011. On 3 April 2011, Victor was sworn in as the Minister for Citizenship and Communities and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs. His portfolio responsibilities include veterans’ affairs, volunteering and youth and multicultural policy (under the auspices of the Community Relations Commission).

About Ryde

Ryde is very important to metropolitan Sydney. It has three major public transport arteries coursing through it; Buses to Epping, Lane Cove and Victoria Road, ferries on the Parramatta River and trains on the Northern Line and North Ryde Lines.

Ryde also has the Macquarie Business Park, which will soon be the second largest business district in NSW together with significant shopping centres at Macquarie, Top Ryde City and Eastwood as well as an array of other businesses from the local corner shops to global giants.

The Ryde Electorate is home to Macquarie University, 2 TAFE colleges, 19 Primary Schools. 4 Secondary Schools. Ryde is rich in culturally diversity with almost 40 % of Ryde residents being born overseas.

How I Can Help You

  • Represent you in Parliament.
  • Take your concern directly to the appropriate Minister or department to get a response.
  • Put you in touch with a service that can help you.
  • Advise you of your rights and further action you may care to take.
  • Advocate for more resources for your group or community.
  • Work with you to achieve positive outcomes and to make democracy work for us all.