|Member of the Australian Parliament|
|Assumed office |
2 July 2016
|Preceded by||Bronwyn Bishop|
|Councillor of Warringah Council|
for A Ward
13 September 2008 – 8 September 2012
|Preceded by||Ruth Sutton|
|Succeeded by||Vanessa Moskal|
|Born||24 August 1970|
Manly, New South Wales, Australia
|Political party||Liberal Party|
|Residence||Collaroy, New South Wales, Australia|
|Alma mater||University of Sydney (BAgEc) |
University of New South Wales (MBA)
Falinski was born in Manly, New South Wales. His Jewish father, Stanisław (later Stanley), was born in what is now Kyrgyzstan, to Russian and Polish parents; he grew up in Kraków before the family immigrated to Australia in 1946, settling in Collaroy. On his mother's side, Falinski has English and Irish heritage.
Falinski was a president of the New South Wales branch of the Young Liberals in 1994–1995. Later he would serve as the Vice-President, in 1996–1996, and President, in 1997–1998, of the Australian Young Liberals. He was formerly the chief executive of CareWell Health.
Falinski has been involved in non-parliamentary politics for more than twenty years, including as an adviser to former Liberal leaders John Hewson and Barry O'Farrell, and was a spokesperson for the Australian Republican Movement. Falinski formerly sat on Warringah Council (elected September 2008).
In April 2016, Falinski won a preselection battle over the incumbent member, former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop, to represent the Liberal Party of Australia at the 2016 Australian election in the safe Liberal seat of Mackellar.
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|Parliament of Australia|
| Member for Mackellar