Mark Brindal

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Mark Brindal (born 12 May 1948) is an Australian politician. He was a Liberal Party of Australia member of the South Australian House of Assembly, Adelaide, South Australia, between 1989 and 2006, representing the electorates of Heywood (first term) and then Unley.

Early life

Brindal was born in South Australia and was educated at Enfield Primary School and the Adelaide Technical High School. He was employed briefly by the Advertiser newspaper before undertaking tertiary study at the University of Adelaide and the (University of South Australia).


He began his teaching career at Cockburn Primary School in 1968. He was awarded a Commonwealth Teaching Exchange in 1975 and taught at the Treloweth County Primary School in Cornwall. Returning to Australia, he was appointed Principal at Cook PS (1976–78).

In 1979 he was appointed as an Advisor with the Country Areas Program in South Australia. He subsequently became State Coordinator of the program.


Brindal entered parliament at the 1989 South Australian state election, successfully running for the seat of Hayward. In 1993 he ran again, winning the district of Unley. Prior to the 1993 election it had been in the hands of the Australian Labor Party, but by the 2002 State election he had been able to turn it into a strong Liberal seat, needing a...
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