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20 years of Real Results & Real Experience



has a record of delivering for Rockhampton and Gracemere. 


Margaret STRELOW delivered significant and positive change during her 16 years as Mayor.


Margaret Strelow knows how to get things done- across all levels of Government, bringing the community with her. 

Known for her passion for Economic Development and her love for her community, Margaret STRELOW oversaw the renewal of many of the public spaces in Rockhampton and Gracemere.


She devised and championed the foundation of Advance Rockhampton. She also claims the The Rockhampton Museum of Art, Smart Hub, Rocky Nats and the River Festival!

Experience Matters

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Real Results

Margaret Strelow

Gracemere Library


Boat house Cafe


Smart City WI-FI 

Rocky Nats

Rocky Nats


Gracemere Pump Track


Smart Hub



Riverside Precinct

The Development of the Riverside Precinct is one of the most obvious changes in Rockhampton during Margaret's terms as Mayor. The previous traditional Quay Street layout was replaced with a wide boulevard  space at street level and the lower bank area was fitted out with water jets and community spaces. 


Rockhampton Museum of Art (the Art Gallery)

Rex Pilbeam is famous for many things, but not the least of which is his legacy Art Collection. Margaret championed the development of the new RMOA to house his collection and to provide a focal point for the local Arts scene. 



Cedric Archer Park

Gracemere is the growth centre for the region but its parks were desperately in need of renewal when Margaret was elected to the Regional Council as Mayor. She turned her attention to this park and the waterpark, pump track and skatepark soon saw families flocking there.


Kershaw Gardens

 As Mayor, Rockhampton Regional Council contributed $6 million for the Kershaw Gardens restoration and upgrade.


After more than Three and a half years after Severe Tropical Cyclone Marcia forced the Rockhampton Council to close the Gardens, Kershaw Gardens was officially re-opened on 11 August 2018.

Kershaw Gardens
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