Rhiannon Pearce

Rhiannon spent her childhood in a small country town at the foothills of the Southern Flinders Ranges and came to Adelaide to study Economics at university.

She has lived and worked here ever since.

When she and her husband Todd were choosing a place to raise their family, the North-East was their only choice.

Rhiannon loves the close-knit and caring community and the open space.

On weeknights, you might find Rhiannon playing netball for the North-East Zodiacs at Golden Grove, exploring the trails of Cobbler Creek with her kids or shopping locally at The Grove.

Rhiannon knows we live in uncertain times and has spent her working life helping people. Now, she’s fighting for what’s important to her community, the best schools for our kids, health services in public hands and more secure and well-paid jobs for South Australians.

These are values Rhiannon lives by every day and wants to see at the heart of every decision made by government.

Rhiannon knows that a good representative is one that listens to and understands their community, and she will work hard to deliver what’s in their best interests.