Member for Mayo

Rebekha Sharkie

Rebekha was elected to Mayo in the 2016 federal election and 2018 by-election. She brought years of community experience supporting a wide range of organisational, sporting, school and fundraising groups in the Adelaide Hills.

Rebekha’s career began in conveyancing and office management in law before moving into politics, where she holds tertiary qualifications.  Prior to being elected to the Seat of Mayo Rebekha worked as a senior manager in the youth sector. She also operated a small business in the Adelaide Hills with her husband, Nathan. 

Rebekha is the first female Chair of the Mount Torrens Soldier’s Memorial Committee in its 100 year history and also co-wrote the published "150 Years of the Springhead Community".

She is dedicated to the community she lives in and committed to being a strong community advocate for the Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island regions, dedicated to MAKE MAYO MATTER in Canberra.

Rebekha can be contacted via To view Rebekha's parliamentary motions and speeches, click here. To view her website, click here.

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