Sharyon Peart


Sharyon relocated to the Mallee from Melbourne in 2003 with her family where she lived on a large citrus, dried fruit and wine grape growing property at Nangiloc.

Her background in corporate business, sales, marketing and team management provided inspiration for the small local business Sharyon now owns and operates. Sharyon has been the sole director since she created the company in 2005, specialising in retail consultation, post surgical care, and maintaining women’s health and wellbeing.

Sharyon served on the Mildura Rural City Council as a Councillor for nine years and gained experience as portfolio councillor for art and education, community services and wellbeing, and governance and finance.
Sharyon is committed to strengthening partnerships between community and government in the sustainable management of resources across our region.

Sharyon had the privilege of being the Mallee Catchment Management Authority Chair for 10 years stepping aside in 2021.

Sharyon now serves as Chair of Lower Murray Water.

Positions and memberships include: Lower Murray Water, Chair (Deputy Chair till October 2021); Mallee CMA, Chair (to October 2021); La Trobe University Mildura Regional Advisory Board, member; Commissioner for Sustainability and Environment Reference Group, Member – Resilient Cities and Towns Reference Group and Victorian Catchment Management representative.