Meet The Team

Board

All members can be contacted through the Chief Executive Officer,
Add: 58 Sutton Street, Mandurah, WA, 6210. Phone: 61 8 6369 8800 Email: admin@peel-harvey.org.au

Caroline Knight
Chairman
She currently chairs the Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group, is the City’s representative on the Peron Naturaliste Partnership and has recently been elected to the National Sea Change Taskforce Committee. Caroline Read More
Darralyn Ebsary
Deputy Chair
Darralyn is currently a partner in Tanglefoot, a small boutique winery in Wandering. Originally from the Central Wheatbelt, she was actively involved in broadacre farming and landcare with the Corrigin Read More
Marilyn Gray
Treasurer
Marilyn has been active in community-based natural resource management organisations in the Peel region since 1993 when she was appointed to membership of the Peel Inlet Management Authority, a position Read More
Paddi Creevey OAM
Secretary
Paddi is a resident of Dawesville and was a Councillor for the City of Mandurah from 1994 until being elected Mayor in 2005, an office she held until her retirement Read More
Bob Pond
Executive Committee
A Canadian transplant, Bob has lived in Australia for 20 years. He studied environmental management at the University of South Australia and James Cook University in Townsville. With water as Read More
Cr Brad Cardilini
Local Government Representative - Coastal
I am married with 4 children and currently live in Pinjarra in the Peel Region. I am passionate about community growth, enabling communities to grow share and develop each other. Read More
Andrew Ward
State Government Agency Member
Andrew has over 20 years’ experience in community services and administration management, bringing a wealth of experience, knowledge and a proven ability to lead and develop multidimensional teams. With metropolitan Read More
Mark Cugley
State Government Agency Member
State Government Agency Member Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA), Swan Coastal District Manager. Mark completed a Bachelor of Environmental Science in 1997 and a Masters of Business Administration Read More
Dr Rob Summers
State Government Agency Member
Rob works in Waroona, researching the efficient use of nutrients to improve agricultral production and minimise the impact on water quality. This covers the high rainfall, coastal areas from the Read More
Cr Eliza Dowling
Local Government Representative – Inland
Originally from a farm in England, she has always been involved in agriculture, studying Agricultural and Food Marketing at university and working for the Department of Agriculture and Food as Read More
Andy Gulliver
Community Member
Andy is a Director of Custom Composts, producing compost for a range of applications including sustainable agriculture, rehabilitation and bio-remediation. He works with landholders, focusing on developing biologically healthy soil Read More
Howard Mitchell
Community Member
Mitch is an environmental planner and landscape architect with experience in development and environmental integration spanning thirty years. His understanding of integrated urban water management has underpinned his career in Read More
Sue Fyfe
Community Member
Dr Sue Fyfe has a strong background in academic research and leadership with over 30 years’ experience in university, not for profit and government roles. Her primary degree was in Read More
David Prattent
Community Member
David has over 40 years management experience in a range of industries and has worked in Europe, the United States and, latterly, Australia. He is a chartered accountant with a Read More
Claire Reid
Community Member
Claire has lived and worked in the Peel area for almost 20 years and with the economic, social and community opportunities the region offers can think of no better place Read More
Scott Haine
Observer
has worked as a town planner in Western Australia since 1995 and has lived in Mandurah since 1998. Scott is currently employed as a Planning Manager at the Department of Read More
Suzanne Brown
Observer

We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present