Registrations for this event are now closed. Please contact reception for further details.
Additional security procedures are in place for this event and form part of the conditions of entry.
Please note the following:
- We will require your guest names to be lodged with us by 5:30pm Tuesday, 17 April 2018.
- We are unable to guarantee any guest changes for this event after that time.
- At registration, you and your guests will need identification (membership card or photo ID).
- Bags (including hand bags) will be subject to inspection or they will be required to be checked in on arrival. Larger bags will need to be checked in.
- You will be given an identification ticket for the lodgement of your property. Bags will be safeguarded by a club staff member during this event.
- Security staff will use security wands for random checking.
We thank you for your co-operation.
Registration will open at 11.20am and we encourage you and your guests to arrive early to avoid delays.
In his maiden speech in 2010, Michael McCormack stated: “Politics is not about power; it is about people-representing those people and speaking up for them loudly, often and passionately. I have lived my life by this motto: I promise not to be silent when I ought to speak. That is my commitment to the people of the Riverina and to this parliament.” Local journalist, turned small businessman, won the seat of Riverina in 2010 and has since held a range of Ministerial positions since the Liberal-Nationals Government was elected in 2013.
Now Deputy Prime Minister, Mr McCormack seeks to start a conversation with all Australians on the opportunities and challenges within his new role for regional Australia and the nation. The Deputy Prime Minister will update the National Press Club on his Infrastructure and Transport portfolio and his new leadership of The Nationals.