|Member of the Victorian Legislative Council for Northern Victoria Region|
|Assumed office |
24 November 2018
|Political party||Liberal Democratic|
|Outdoor Recreation (before 2007)|
Timothy Jamin Quilty is an Australian politician. He has been a Liberal Democratic Party member of the Victorian Legislative Council since 2018, representing Northern Victoria Region. Before this, he served as a LDP Councillor on the Wodonga City Council, previously contesting the Division of Indi for the LDP in the 2016 Australian federal election, as well as the seats of Eden-Monaro in 2004 and 2007 and Riverina in 2010.
Prior to his election, Tim Quilty was a farmer and an accountant.
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