Special Minister of State, Minister for Roads, Minister for the Arts, Minister for Music and the Night-time Economy, and Minister for Jobs and Tourism

John Graham

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Useful contact numbers

The Minister receives a large volume of correspondence and aims to respond within 20 working days, however at busy times or where your concern requires detailed investigations, it can take longer.

This page has relevant links to useful information that may help you get the information you need sooner. The links to information are segmented based on the Minister’s portfolio responsibilities and in an order where the Minister receives the most enquiries. 

If you can’t find the right help and still wish to write to the Minister, please complete the online form. 

Your correspondence will be addressed as soon as possible. Please refer to our correspondence policy.

Minister for Roads

The NSW Government is investing in roads across the state and there are many projects underway. 

Minister for Arts, Minister for the Night-time Economy

The NSW Government provides a range of grants and funding for Arts and Culture. Find out more about:

The NSW State Cultural Institutions manage significant cultural heritage collections and provide services and programs throughout the state. To find out more visit:

Minister for Jobs and Tourism

The NSW Government provides major events and support for global business. Find out more about: 

Special Minister of State

Select the appropriate context for your correspondence from the drop-down list so your correspondence can be routed to the right team. You are writing to Minister Graham MLC as:

  • Minister for Roads
  • Minister for the Arts, Minister for the Music and the Night-time Economy  
  • Minister for Jobs and Tourism
  • Special Minister for State.


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