Terms of Use

While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of information on this website at the time of publication, additions, updates, alterations and changes in circumstances may occur between the time of publication and the time the user views the information.

Mr O’Brien advises website users to verify the accuracy and completeness of the information before committing to any course of action. Under no circumstances will Mr O’Brien be liable for damages of any kind, including (but not limited to) compensatory damages, lost profits, lost data, or any form of special, incidental, indirect, consequential or punitive damages of any kind, whether based on breach of contract or warranty, tort (including negligence), product liability or otherwise, even if Mr O’Brien is informed in advance of the possibility of such damages.

This website may provide links to other websites. These external information sources are outside Mr O’Brien’s control. It is the responsibility of users to make their own decisions about the accuracy, currency, reliability, completeness and correctness of information found at these websites.

Mr O’Brien does not necessarily endorse any company or organisation linked to this website. Although all reasonable efforts are made, there is no warranty that this website will be free of infection by viruses or any other manifesting, contaminating or destructive properties.

Email /message management

Mr O'Brien receives a large number of emails each day and they are managed using the following criteria:

  1. If they are a resident of Fairfax and the issue is urgent, we ask that they contact the electorate office on (07) 5479 2800 between 9am and 4:45pm, Monday to Friday. Please note that urgent matters should not be sent by email.
  2. For all other enquiries, we prioritise Fairfax residents and we ask that they confirm their full name and residential address. We inform constituents that the time it takes for us to respond is dependent on parliamentary and electorate commitments. Response times may also be impacted by the time it takes relevant third parties to provide information to the electorate office. Some emails may be assessed as not requiring a response at all, particularly if the constituent is expressing their point of view.
  3. If emails are part of an automated mass-email campaign, their views are noted, but not always respond to directly.

Impressum: Authorised by Ted O'Brien MP, LNP, 17 Southern Dr, Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia 4558