Donate to the SA Liberals

David Pisoni MP

State Member for Unley

Shadow Minister for Education
Shadow Minister for Employment, Skills and Training
Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs

Electorate Office Contact Details:

372 Unley Road
Unley Park SA 5061

Telephone: (08) 8373 4846
Fax (08) 8373 4261
Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

David Pisoni was elected as the Member for Unley in 2006.  David has lived in Unley with his wife and children for more than 20 years, after growing-up in Salisbury. He was educated at St Augustine’s Primary and Salisbury High School before undertaking a furnishing trades apprenticeship. 

His cabinet-making abilities progressed to him becoming managing director of his own manufacturing/retail company between 1984 and 2006. David was a director of the National Furniture Association, president of the Unley Chamber of Commerce and an active member of the Unley Main Street Association.

David is currently the Shadow Minister for Education, Employment, Skills and Training, and Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs.

His other interests include delivery duties for Meals on Wheels in the Unley area, being a member of the Broughton Art Society, the Friends of Unley Library and the Adelaide Parklands Preservation Association.

David Pisoni is a keen and enthusiastic MP, who is passionate about representing and working for his local community.

Electorate Profile

The family name of the wife of Thomas Whistler, owner of land in Unley which was laid out around 1857 or after the English town of Undley.

Area: approx. 12.5 km2

Location: Unley is south of the Adelaide CBD and parklands, a largely residential area. Some boundary changes at the 2007 redistribution.

History: Created in 1936, effective at the 1938 elections.

Latest Media Releases

View all articles >

Time for friendly advice for Finnigan

Nov 12, 2015

 Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis and Health Minister Jack Snelling should be using private and public means of persuasion to convince disgraced former Labor Minister Bernard Finnigan to resign from State Parliament immediately.

Read more >

The first cut is the deepest

Nov 09, 2015

 The decision by TAFE SA to cut its Certificate lll Jewellery Manufacturing course despite being the sole provider under the Weatherill Government’s WorkReady program will hurt the local jewellery industry and cut jobs for young South Australians.

Read more >

More jobs disappear

Nov 05, 2015

 The loss of up to 30 jobs from the Kilburn manufacturer Korvest is another warning that the Weatherill Government needs to bring down an emergency mini-budget to deal with South Australia’s escalating unemployment crisis.

Read more >



Get Involved

Contact the State Liberal Secretariat

SA Shadow Cabinet
About the Party
State Policies
Join the Party
GPO BOX 20 Adelaide SA 5001
Phone: 08 8205 0255
Fax: 08 8205 0256