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NSW Premier Chris Minns taking a question from the audience at Community Cabinet in East Hills.

What is Community Cabinet?

Community Cabinet gives members of the community an opportunity to engage with NSW Premier Chris Minns and Cabinet Ministers about key local priorities and issues that concern them most.

The visits to locations across NSW provide the state’s key decision makers with important insights into local areas so that the NSW Government, in partnership with the community, can find better ways to deliver key services.

Riverstone Community Cabinet

The next Community Cabinet will be held in the Riverstone electorate on Tuesday, 23 July.

Riverstone, located in Sydney's north-west, includes localities Acacia Gardens, Grantham Farm, Kellyville Ridge, Nirimba Fields, Parklea, Quakers Hill, Riverstone, Rouse Hill, Schofields, Stanhope Gardens, Tallawong, The Ponds and Vineyard.

All members of the local community are invited to attend a Community Forum at the Riverstone Schofields Memorial Club. The forum will commence at 11:45am and conclude at approximately 12:45pm.

At this event, attendees will be provided the opportunity to take part in a Q&A session at which they may be able to ask the Premier and Cabinet Ministers questions about topics or issues that are important to them and their community.

Pre-registration via the link below is encouraged as places are limited. 

Previous Community Cabinets

The NSW Premier and Cabinet Ministers are committed to hearing from local residents and community representatives across NSW. Community Cabinet visits have already been held in Penrith, East Hills and Orange.

More Community Cabinet events for 2024, and information on how to attend, will be announced soon. Please check this webpage for updates.

Event details

Riverstone Community Cabinet

Date: 23 July, 2024

Time: 11:45am - 12:45pm

Location: Riverstone Schofields Memorial Club

Registration: Open to the public now

Contact us

For further enquiries, please contact the NSW Premier’s Department.


Phone: 02 9228 5188

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