About Honourable Troy Grant

The Honourable Troy Grant has built a phenomenal 30 year career of distinguished, decorated and accomplished public service to the people of New South Wales in Government, Law Enforcement, Emergency Services, Social Justice, community & charitable endeavours.

A self described son of regional New South Wales and a married father of 2 adult children, Troy is dedicated to the ethos of service before self, based on his core values of hard work, integrity and honesty.

New South Wales Police Force, Australia

During his 22-year career in the New South Wales Police Force, Troy achieved the rank of Inspector and held many roles including major crime investigation, intelligence, community policing, human resource and project management. He remains highly regarded amongst the Police Executive and his peers.

New South Wales Parliament

Entering the 55th parliament in March 2011 as the 13th elected State Member for Dubbo, Troy was immediately promoted to the role of Parliamentary Secretary for Natural resources.

In 2014 Troy became the Leader of the NSW National party and 17th Deputy Premier of New South Wales. Troy is the youngest man to have held the position aged 44-years eight months and three days.

  • State Member for Dubbo and Parliamentary Secretary for Natural Resources.

  • Minister for Justice.

  • Minister for Hospitality Gaming and Racing.

  • Minister for the Arts.

  • Leader of the NSW Nationals, Deputy Premier of New South Wales.

  • Minister for Trade & Investment, Regional Infrastructure & services.

  • Minister for Tourism & Major Events.

  • Baird/Grant Government - Transformation of the State of New South Wales.

  • Minister for Police, Minister for Emergency Services.

  • Chair of the Joint Select Committee on sentencing of Child Sexual Assault offenders. This role followed his public and parliamentary advocacy for the establishment of a Special Commission of Inquiry into the Maitland/Newcastle Catholic Diocese and Royal Commission into Institution Responses to Child Abuse.

Troy retired from the NSW Ministry on 2 April 2019, following a successful 2019 State Election returning the National/Liberal government to office. The following week he was bestowed the Title 'The Honourable' for life by the Governor of New South Wales, His Excellency, General (ret) The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC FTSE on the recommendation of the Premier of New South The Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MLA.

State Member for Dubbo, NSW

Elected representative for eight-years, achieving what is recognised as a ‘Golden Age’ of investment into the Dubbo Electorate totalling in excess of $2 billion grant and program funding in addition to core state funding including:

  • Secured funding for re-development of Dubbo Base Hospital Stages 1-4 valued over $250m.

  • Secured funding for construction of Integrated Cancer centre value $35m.

  • Secured funding for Peak Hill Multipurpose Service value $12m.

  • Secured funding for new Parkes Hospital value $72.5m.

  • Secured funding for re-development of Forbes Hospital value $40.9m.

  • Secured funding for new Mudgee Hospital $70.5m.

  • Secured funding for Stage 1 $15m for $42.5m Western Region Institute of Sport.

  • Country Rail (XPT, Explorer, Endeavour) maintenance & assembly complex.

  • Secured $38m for Community Sporting, recreation and tourism local infrastructure.

  • $188m new rapid build Macquarie Corrections facility.

  • $148m second flood proof bridge crossing Dubbo City.

  • $55m for construction of Western Region NSW Police and Rural Fire Service & Emergency Services training facilities.

Discover more about Troy’s experience

Law & Order

Emergency Management

Trade & Investment

Hospitality, Gaming, Racing, Tourism & Major Events


Natural Resources & Environment