|Member of the New South Wales Parliament
26 March 2011
|Preceded by||David Harris|
29 June 1981 |
|Political party||Liberal Party of Australia|
|Residence||Mardi, New South Wales|
Darren James Webber MP (born 29 June 1981 in Gosford, New South Wales, an Australian politician, is a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing Wyong on the Central Coast for the Liberal Party since 2011.
Early career and background 
With a family history in area dating back over sixty years, Webber attended primary school at Berkeley Vale and trade school at Wyong. Trained as an electrician, Webber owned a business installing home theatre systems and had a long involvement with local Surf Life Saving Clubs. While working, Webber was involved in a serious workplace accident and "experienced first hand the poor state of our hospitals", and subsequently made a decision to run for office.
Political career 
Preselected in 2010 by the Liberal Party, Webber is single and used this to his advantage during the election campaign by handing roses to potential voters on Valentine's Day which fell a month before polling day. At the 2011 state election, Webber was elected with a swing of 14.3 per cent and won the seat with 52.6 per cent of the vote on a two party preferred basis. Webber's main opponent was incumbent sitting Labor member, David Harris and is the first Liberal to represent Wyong.
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|Parliament of New South Wales|
|Member for Wyong