Cr Daniel Allan (Deputy Mayor)
“As a resident of Kealba for 20 years, I believe our greatest strength is our willingness to come together.”
- Western Melbourne Tourism
- Brimbank Arts Advisory Committee
What is your connection to Brimbank?
I am a resident of 20 years, attended local schools (Keilor Primary and St Paul’s), I attend local sports facilities (Sunshine Skate Centre, Keilor Downs Leisure and Green Gully Soccer).
What do you think is the greatest strength of the Brimbank Community?
The vibrant and dynamic community and the willingness to come together to make Brimbank a model area, particularly via our programs, initiatives and values.
What are your greatest concerns for Brimbank?
Engaging all members of the community and ensuring we form strong connections;
Health status of all Brimbank residents;
Brimbank’s gambling losses; and
Access to public transport/frequency of services
What made you decide to run for Council?
Having been active as a volunteer and a facilitator for events for many years, it was this passion that drove me to help make my community the best it can be and the encouragement of fellow residents to run.
What do you hope to achieve in your term as a Brimbank City Councillor?
I hope to address all of the above concerns as well as encourage young people to be more active in the community. I want Brimbank to be the best municipality in Melbourne's West.
What is your favourite thing to do in Brimbank?
Walking in the Brimbank parks, visiting the local cafes and being amongst the community.