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About Fraser

Fraser Ellis is a local journalist and qualified lawyer who has the skills and energy to deliver for the Yorke Peninsula as the Liberal Candidate for Narungga.
Through extensive involvement in local organisations such the Kadina Football and Basketball Clubs and as a journalist for the Yorke Peninsula Country Times, Fraser has had the chance to meet many locals who make the region a great place to live.
Known for his enthusiasm and energy, Fraser is active in the community, listening and working with people on the issues they care about.  
Fraser is a proud member of the Marshall Liberal Team and a strong advocate for the GlobeLink plan which will boost the economy and create jobs in construction, transport and exports whilst giving our exporters a competitive advantage to get quality Yorke Peninsula products to international markets.
Fraser is determined to fight for the funding to deliver much needed infrastructure upgrades. Improvements to local roads, regional health care and services are priorities for Fraser.
A young, ambitious and dedicated candidate, Fraser will bring the views and concerns of young people and is determined to provide regional youths with the support and job opportunities they have been crying out for.
Note: As part of the 2016 Boundary Redistribution, the electorate of Goyder was renamed Narungga.

About Narungga

The meaning of Narungga is campsite. The Yorke Peninsula was the home of the Narungga people, who occupied the land from near Port Wakefield in the east to Port Broughton in the west, and down to the southern tip of the peninsula. It is believed that the Narungga people maintained large settlements along the coast through much of each year. Coastal campsites provided a regular supply of food and fresh water, as well as a gathering place for social and religious ceremony. The Narungga people managed and preserved their lands. They used fire to clear old grasses and to promote fresh plant growth. Fresh water rock holes were covered with slabs of stone or brushwood to keep the water clean and to prevent animals from drinking from them. Track ways were maintained through the thick mallee forests, linking places and people throughout the peninsula.

Centred around the Yorke Peninsula, Narungga is comprised of the District Council of Barunga West, the District Council of the Copper Coast, the Yorke Peninsula Council and portions of the Wakefield Regional Council and the District Council of Mallala.