So the Prime Minister is going to spend taxpayers’ money on staying at Rooty Hill (compared with staying at Kirribilli House which the taxpayer has already funded). Sure, it’s a 47 km drive from Kirribilli House to Rooty Hill, but wouldn’t the experience show the wonder of Sydney’s road transport network?
There are about 28 weeks before the election of 14 September (other things equal). That means the Prime Minister can stay for a week in quite a few suburbs. The lowest income suburbs include:
- No Fixed Address, anywhere in Australia
- Park Bench, Centenial Park Sydney
- Callaghan, Cunninyeuk, Dilpurra, Kyalite, Mellool, Moolpa, Stony Crossing, Tooranie, Wetuppa, Bland, and Quandialla all in NSW
- Glenaire, Hordern Vale, Johanna, Lavers Hill, Tresco, Nyah West, Barmah, Lower Moira, Picola, Picola West,Lake Tyers, Nowa Nowa, and Waiwera all in Victoria
- Glen Aplin in Queensland
- Karlgarin in Western Australia.
Prime Minister Gillard. Coming to a suburb near you.
This seems appropriate