Julian Hill is determined to always be a strong voice for the people of Bruce and make a significant contribution in the Australian parliament.
Federal Member for Bruce
Julian currently serves as Deputy Chair of the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit, and has served as a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth.
Julian grew up in the south-east of Melbourne. He was raised in Burwood, attended high school in Glen Waverley, and graduated from Monash University with degrees in Science and Law.
Julian lived as a single parent for many years. His daughter, Elanor, is now embarking on university studies as an independent young woman.
An Australian Labor Party member for over 20 years, Julian has shown a lifelong commitment to progressive politics, community action and public policy reform.
Julian worked in Bruce for Alan Griffin, the previous federal Member of Parliament, for five years.
Julian also has a proven track record in local government. He was elected to Port Phillip Council at the age of 25, and subsequently became the youngest ever Mayor of the city.
Julian held a number of senior positions within the Victorian Public Service. Including Director level positions working in economic development, employment, community development, urban planning, local government, migration, and international education.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Victoria.