Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has proudly served the Brisbane community for more than 15 years as councillor, committee chair of multiple portfolios and Deputy Mayor for eight years.
As Lord Mayor, Adrian’s goal is simple – to ensure the Brisbane of tomorrow is even better than the Brisbane of today.
He is focused on building the infrastructure Brisbane needs while protecting our unique lifestyle and expanding Brisbane’s green space:
Adrian has a life-long love for Brisbane, being born here and growing up in a family with a small local business. Adrian lives in Carindale with his wife, Nina and four children – Octavia, Petra, Wolfgang and Monash.
Brisbane City Council is the largest local Council in Australia. It covers 1338.1 square kilometres, spanning the Brisbane River in a radius of up to 25 kilometres from the Central Business District.
Schrinner lives in the suburb of Carindale, Queensland. He and his wife Nina have four children, Octavia, Wolfgang, Monash and Petra.
He has supported and assisted a wide range of local community groups. These include environment and bushcare groups, sporting groups, P&C Associations, church groups and charities, Neighbourhood Watch groups and seniors associations.
Adrian is the patron of the Tramway Museum at Ferny Grove. He is also 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 Councillors of the Australian National Flag Association of Queensland. This organisation aims to promote the importance of the Australian flag and campaigns to prevent it from being changed in the future.
The formal title for the Lord Mayor is:
The Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Councillor Adrian Schrinner
His preferred title is:
Adrian Schrinner, Lord Mayor
If you are writing to the Lord Mayor, the correct salutation is:
My dear Lord Mayor