Stephan Knoll MP
State Member for Schubert
Shadow Minister for Police, Emergency and Correctional Services
Electorate Office Contact Details:
129a Murray Street
Tanunda SA 5352
||(08) 8563 3636
||(08) 8563 0190
Stephan Knoll was elected as the Member for Schubert at the 2014 state election, following the retirement of long-serving former Liberal MP Ivan Venning.
Stephan is a fresh voice for his electorate and is enthusiastic about making positive changes in his community, as well as protecting Schubert's rich history.
He lives in Angaston with wife Amy and daughters Ruby and Macey, and is a proud and active member of the local community.
Stephan worked for his family business, Barossa Fine Foods, which provides opportunities for local producers and farmers to sell their world class products. Given his background, Stephan understands the pressures facing families and small businesses. His experience and energy makes him a valuable member of the State Liberal team that is committed to supporting families and small businesses.
Stephan, who has served as Chair of local food industry association Barossa Food, understands the importance of local events and organisations that make the Schubert electorate unique.
Furthermore, with Stephan’s business experience together with his Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, he is a strong advocate for building career opportunities in Schubert, to help diversify and strengthen the local economy.
Max Schubert (1915-1994), wine-maker of the renowned Grange Hermitage, was born near Angaston and lived in the Barossa Valley for most of his life. Using pioneering methods and sound judgement he won international acclaim for the South Australian wine industry.
Area: approx. 3,495.3 km2
Location: A country district incorporating the wine-producing region of the Barossa Valley to the north-east of the metropolitan area and the rural hinterland east to the River Murray. This district was subject to boundary changes at the 2007 redistribution.
History: Created at the 1994 redistribution and contested for the first time at the 1997 elections.