• Entry type: Person
  • Entry ID: AWE4838

Jones, Giulia

(1980 – )
  • Born 1 January, 1980, Hobart Tasmania Australia
  • Occupation Parliamentarian


Guilia Jones was elected to the ACT Legislative Assembly representing the Canberra Liberals in the electorate of Molonglo at the election which was held in October 2012. As a member of the Opposition, she has Shadow Cabinet responsibility for Women and Multicultural Affairs.


Giulia Jones was born in Hobart and educated at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, Tasmania. She moved to Canberra in 2005 after spending a year in Darwin. In Canberra she ran a small business, worked in the public service and was on the staff of Tony Abbott, Leader of the Opposition in the federal Parliament.

Jones was elected to the ACT Assembly on her fourth attempt to enter parliament at the federal or territory level. She was a Senate Liberal candidate for Tasmania at the 2007 federal election. She stood as a Liberal candidate for Molonglo at the ACT Assembly election in 2008 and was a candidate for the House of Representatives seat of Canberra in the federal Parliament at the 2010 election.


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