Hungry Point Reserve is a Crown Reserve and in 2012 the Hungry Point Reserve Trust was appointed to oversee the reserve following its closure as Australia’s first Fisheries Research Centre.
In 2018 the Minister called for nominations to the Board where he subsequently reappointed and appointed new members to the Hungry Point Reserve Trust for a 5-year term.
The actual entity was then renamed in 2019 to Hungry Point Reserve Land Manager as a result of overarching changes by Crown Lands.
The biographical details of the current members of the committee are:
John Rayner PSM (chairman)
Mr Rayner has significant experience as a senior executive in NSW local government and as a leader of complex organisations.
He has an in-depth understanding of the complexities, legalities, processes and environmental, social and economic aspects of planning and development; stakeholder management; building partnerships; and communicating with people across all levels of government, industry and the community.
Through his role as the chairman of the Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery Board since 2001, Mr Hurst has proven experience in land / asset management, having lead the establishment and successful growth of a significant community asset in the shire.
As an independent councillor on Sutherland Shire Council from 1990 until 1998, Mr Hurst was involved in the upgrade of the Salmon Haul Reserve site, adjacent to the Hungry Point Reserve, and is subsequently familiar with the history and significance of the site.
Mr Kelly was a registered surveyor and holds a Bachelor of Surveying, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts (Geography).
Mr Kelly has over 20 years’ experience as a (former) senior executive in Commonwealth and NSW government agencies.
As a government surveyor, Mr Kelly carried out a detailed survey of the site at Hungry Point when it was occupied by the CSIRO, before the handover to the NSW Government.
Peter Kerr AM
Mr Kerr has 15 years’ experience as a non-executive director of partly and wholly publicly funded organisations at the local, national and international level in a range of areas including health and sport.
Ms McPhee had a long career with Qantas, which included senior roles requiring business and professional skills.
Ms McPhee is currently involved in a range of volunteer and community entities and is a life member and previous secretary of the Cronulla Triathlon Club (since 1988).
Dunstan de Souza
Mr de Souza is a practising solicitor and has experience as a non-executive director of a range of Not for Profit (NFP).
He is currently a board member of Civic Industries, a NFP supporting people with disabilities; and a member of the finance committee of St Aloysius Catholic Parish.
Mr Mark Aprilovic (ex-officio)
Mr Aprilovic is a local small business owner, with extensive experience in business planning and implementation. He has a strong commercial acumen and financial alertness.
Mr Aprilovic has held the position of president of the Cronulla Chamber of Commerce since 2010.
Cr Carol Provan (ex-officio)
Cr Provan is a long time shire resident and has been a small business owner operating, most recently, a local wedding and funeral celebrant.
Cr Provan has had been a councillor for a lengthy period, was twice elected Mayor (in 1988 and 2012) and has chaired various council committees.
Noeleen Timbery (ex-officio)
Ms Noeleen Timbery is the current chair of the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council.
Manjeet Grewal (ex-officio)
Appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Sutherland Shire Council in April 2019, Manjeet has extensive senior management experience in the local government sector, and has a career spanning over 20 years, having joined Sutherland Shire Council in 1993.
Formally trained as an engineer, Manjeet holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters degree in Operations Management, a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Pauline Curby (ex-officio)
Pauline Curby has worked as a freelance professional historian since the early 1990s and has undertaken consultancies in oral history, environmental history and heritage, as well as writing a number of commissioned histories. Her publication Randwick won the NSW Premier’s Award (Regional and Community History), 2010. Pauline Curby was the recipient of the NSW History Fellowship, 2011. She is a member of the Professional Historians Association (NSW & ACT), a councillor of the Royal Australian Historical Society and president of Sutherland Shire Historical Society.