Tim Whetstone

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Tim Whetstone
Member of the South Australian Parliament
for Chaffey
Incumbent
Assumed office
20 March 2010
Preceded by Karlene Maywald
Personal details
Nationality Australian
Political party Liberal Party
Profession Irrigator

Timothy John "Tim" Whetstone is an Australian politician representing the seat of Chaffey in the South Australian House of Assembly for the Liberal Party since the 2010 election.

Whetstone started work as a fitter and turner at Holdens after school and worked his way up to be a Project Manager in the Moomba gas fields while developing his own business building and restoring muscle cars and boats. He moved to the Riverland in 1989 where he started his citrus and wine grape business. Whetstone was elected to the board of the Renmark Irrigation Trust in 1998.

Whetstone contested the seat of Chaffey at the state election for the Liberal Party, receiving a 20 percent two-candidate swing from incumbent Nationals MP Karlene Maywald, to finish with 53.8 percent of the vote.[1]

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South Australian House of Assembly
Preceded by
Karlene Maywald
Member for Chaffey
2010–present
Incumbent