Cr Alan Hall

Councillor Profile

Coastal Ward

Elected Terms
Served as Mayor
2019, 2020
Served as Deputy Mayor
Additional Notes
Current Councillor
Deputy Mayor
Former Councillor

Alan, his wife Jill and their two children, fell in love with the area of Loch Sport around 20 years ago and spent many weekends travelling from Melbourne. Around ten years ago, Alan and his wife decided to move to Loch Sport, taking over the Marina Hotel.

After Alan completed National Service, he achieved a Bachelor of Business in accounting and a Graduate Diploma in Public Accounting. He is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants.

Alan has held senior finance and management roles in both public and private health and was the Director of Finance at the City of Ballarat.

Alan was an independent member of the Audit Committee at Wellington Shire Council for the past five years and now sits on the committee as a Councillor. He was also an independent member of the Audit Committee for the City of Melton for eight years and was Chair of the committee in his last year during 2016.

Recent Articles featuring this Councillor

Mayor urges community to keep themselves and others safe
Media Release issued:
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Taskforce asks Govt for transparency in native timber decisions
Media Release issued:
Friday, July 24, 2020
Wellington welcomes funding for Yarram pool
Media Release issued:
Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Contact this Councillor

0476 000 159
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