Division 4 amalgamates both rural and urban suburbs and contains areas with significant projected growth, such as Marburg and Rosewood. The division covers a geographic catchment of 34,225 ha (342 km2).
The division is oriented in a west-east direction and includes the suburbs of Amberley, Ashwell, Barellan Point, Blacksoil, Brassall, Churchill, Chuwar, Haigslea, Ironbark, Karalee, Karrabin, Lanefield, Marburg, Moores Pocket, Mount Marrow, Muirlea, North Ipswich, North Tivoli, Pine Mountain, Rosewood, Tallegalla, Thagoona, The Bluff, Tivoli, Walloon, Woolshed, Wulkuraka (north of the railway line), and Yamanto.
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Councillor Kunzelmann is a former nurse, nurse manager and education manager and has lived in Ipswich since 1981, currently residing in Wulkuraka. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds board experience. Cr Kunzelmann has also been a Civil Celebrant, Civil Partnership Notary, is a Justice of the Peace (Qualified) and a long-term member of Zonta and other community groups. Cr Kunzelmann is Deputy Chair, Community, Culture, Arts and Sport Committee.
Councillor Milligan comes from an extended family of local government elected representatives. Raised on his multigenerational family grazing property, he has a background in matters affecting rural residents. Cr Milligan was a Military Police Platoon Commander and immediately prior to being elected was a contractor telecommunications technician performing the network build for the NBN rollout. His community involvement includes SES, Rural Fire Brigade, RSL Sub-Branch, Freemasonry and community fundraising. Cr Milligan is Chair, Environment and Sustainability Committee; and Deputy Chair, Governance and Transparency Committee.