April 1, 2023

Former Australian politician Giovanni Domenic “John” Barilaro led the National Party’s New South Wales branch from 2016 to 2021 while serving as the state’s 18th deputy premier.

John Barilaro: Net Worth, Nationality, Parents, Qualifications

Italian immigrants from Calabria, Barilaro’s parents, arrived in Queanbeyan. After finishing school, he began working for his family’s company, Ryleho, which makes energy-efficient timber windows and doors, eventually rising to the position of manager.

Personal details
Born
Giovanni Domenic Barilaro

14 November 1971 (age 50)
Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia

Political party National
Spouse(s) Deanna Barilaro (c. 1995 – 2021)
Children 3 (f)
Residence(s) Jerrabomberra, New South Wales
Occupation Small business owner

Net Worth:

The estimated net worth of John Barilaro is $4 million in 2022. He makes about $418,000 a year.

To the chagrin of breakfast anchor Karl Stefanovic, John Barilaro admitted in July 2021 that officials don’t know “what’s working and what’s not working” in relation to the stringent lockdown measures in place around Sydney.

Nationality:

John Barilaro: Net Worth, Nationality, Parents, Qualifications

He is of Australian nationality.

Italian immigrants from Calabria, Barilaro’s parents, arrived in Queanbeyan. After finishing school, he started working for his family’s company, Ryleho, which makes energy-efficient timber windows and doors, eventually rising to the position of manager.

Parents:

John Barilaro Parents are Maria Barilaro (Mother) and and Domenico Bailaro (Father).

Early in 2020, Domenico, Barilaro’s father, passed away. In December 2020, COVID-19 killed Barilaro’s aunt Maria Inzillo and her husband Damiani Nesci.

Qualifications:

John Barilaro: Net Worth, Nationality, Parents, Qualifications

He has advocated for a high school in his neighbourhood for the expanding suburb of Jerrabomberra and helped form the Queanbeyan Macedonia Football Club (soccer), where he later served as club president for eight years.

In the first Berejiklian and second Baird governments, from October 2014 to March 2019, Barilaro held the positions of Minister for Regional Development (later renamed Minister for Regional New South Wales), Minister for Small Business, and Minister for Skills.

She also held the position of Minister for Regional Tourism in the first Baird government. It was “the proper time for me to hand the reins over,” he said in his retirement announcement in October 2021 from his positions as deputy premier, leader of the national party, and representative for Monaro.

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