|Member of the Australian Parliament
13 March 1993 – 3 October 1998
|Preceded by||Ron Edwards|
|Succeeded by||Jann McFarlane|
|Born||4 January 1951|
|Political party||Liberal Party of Australia|
Eoin Harrap Cameron (born 4 January 1951) is a popular radio personality in Perth, Western Australia. He currently works the ABC's Perth local station 720 ABC Perth breakfast show, regularly receiving top ratings for the most popular breakfast radio show.
Cameron had his first job in radio at Albany radio station 6VA in 1969. Since then he has worked in many Perth radio stations including 6IX, 94.5 and 6PR as well as Melbourne station 3DB. He has made minor television appearances in The Grant and Cameron show and The Entertainers, both on Channel 9.
In 1993, Cameron stood for the seat of Stirling in the federal election, winning the seat for the Liberal Party but immediately went into opposition with leader John Hewson losing the election. He held the seat in the 1996 election which brought John Howard to power before losing to Labor's Jann McFarlane in the 1998 election.
Cameron has written several books including:
- Rolling Into The World - Memoirs of a Ratbag Child (2003) ISBN 978-1-920731-06-9
- The Sixties - An Irreverent Guide (2004) ISBN 1-920731-52-0
- The Voice of the Great South (2005) ISBN 1-920731-95-4
- "Arise King Cameron (copy of article which appeared in the Sunday Times Magazine on 29 February 2004)". ABC. Archived from the original on 3 January 2006. Retrieved 22 January 2006.
- "Eoin Cameron". 720 ABC biography. Retrieved 25 September 2009.
|Parliament of Australia|
|Member for Stirling
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