I’m Susan Moylan-Coombs, from Killarney Heights; I’ve been a Warringah resident for over 50 years where I’ve raised my family. I’m a saltwater woman with deep connection to Warringah, which means and refers to the deep waters of middle harbour. I went to Harbord Kindergarten, Harbord Primary, then Manly Girls High. I’m a local small business owner, a former broadcaster with ABC and NITV/SBS and I believe our story of Warringah is a good one to stand up for.
You want to have trust in a local representative advocating for your needs. When I decided to stand as an Independent it came from the same place of contributing to the fabric of Warringah, volunteering my time and being of service to the community for over 25 years. I was one of the first female lifesavers in Australia with South Curl Curl. I created and have continued involvement with the Gai-mariagal Festival celebrating 19 years, bringing communities together. Worked with all levels of government and not-for-profits on issue in education, health, housing, aged care, disability, youth services and mental health services.
Protecting our home, our coastal environment is priority linking it to the economy ensures we live more sustainably today and into the future.
Susan Moylan-Coombs Gurindji Woolwonga Warringah 2019