Burbank, Carindale, Chandler, Gumdale, Mackenzie, Mansfield, Ransome and Rochedale. It also includes parts of Belmont and Wakerley.
Adrian Schrinner has served as the Councillor for Chandler Ward since 2005 and Deputy Mayor since 2011.
Adrian is passionate about Brisbane and his local area and is working hard to help make sure our city and its suburbs are even better in the future. He and his wife Nina live in Carindale and have two young children, Octavia and Wolfgang.
Adrian is a true Brisbane local who grew up in the south eastern suburbs. He went to school at Christian Outreach College, Brisbane (now Citipointe College), based on Wecker Road.
As a teenager, Adrian’s passion was flying and he spent many years working in his family’s small business to help fund flying lessons. He flew a light aircraft solo for the first time at the age of 16 and joined the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) when he left school.
Prior to his election as a Councillor, he also worked as an advisor to a number of Local and Federal Government elected representatives.
His qualifications include:
- Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Government) – University of Queensland
- Graduate Certificate in Governance and Public Affairs – University of Queensland
- Company Director’s Course – Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Adrian has been a member of Civic Cabinet since 2008 and is currently the Chairman of the Public & Active Transport Committee. In this role, he has special responsibility for the development of the Brisbane Metro project.
Former roles include Chairman of the Finance and Economic Development Committee (2008-2012) and Chairman of the Infrastructure Committee (2012-16).
Adrian is actively involved in supporting and assisting a wide range of local community groups, including environment and bushcare groups, sporting groups, P&C Associations, church groups and charities, Neighbourhood Watch groups and seniors associations.
He is a Vice Patron for the Queensland Target Sports Inc, home of the Queensland Olympic Rifle sports shooting disciplines in Belmont.
Adrian is a member and former State Councillor of The Australian National Flag Association of Queensland, an organisation aimed at promoting the importance of the Australian Flag and campaigning to prevent it from being changed in the future.
Adrian has been a board member and Director for the Hope Foundation charity since 2012. The Hope Foundation is a not-for-profit community organisation based in Brisbane that exists to bring hope and help to women in the sex industry and/or struggling with addiction. The Foundation was established by Bronwen Healy, who is also the CEO.