Nicole is a 39-year-old married mother of three and has been a resident of the electorate of Macquarie for a little over two years. Her family moved to their hobby farm in the Hawkesbury during the peak of the 2019 bushfire season and have since experienced the Hawkesbury river flooding twice, as well as coronavirus lockdowns.
She has a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of Queensland and a Graduate Certificate in Infectious Disease Control from Charles Darwin University, where she is also about to complete a Master of Health Research.
She and her husband have been married for almost 10 years. He operates a small business out of Emu Plains which employs between 10 and 15 people seasonally. She donates to and hosts regular community fundraisers every year, and currently sponsors the Penrith Police Rugby League team and the local kid’s rugby league team.
Their children are active sportsters, enjoying sports such as representative soccer, rugby league, cheerleading and school sports.
Their hobby farm has chickens, alpacas, sheep and cattle, along with a couple of fruit trees which they would like to expand on in the future. On top of helping out with her hobby farm and continuing her studies, she enjoys travelling with my family and reading.