Kim Davis

Councillor - Pimpala ward

PO Box 1
Noarlunga Centre SA 5168

Kim Davis

What made you want to become an elected member and what do you bring to the role?

My long-standing involvement with community groups inspired me to seek an elected role. I’m eager to expand my impact and represent the community on a larger scale.

I love bringing stakeholders together to create solutions and believe in the power of community collaboration to turn great ideas into reality.

What are your key priorities and things you want to achieve as a councillor?

My key priorities as a councillor are to connect with as many locals as possible to understand our strengths and challenges, and how we can improve together. I believe that by building on sports and youth engagement, we can benefit all of Onkaparinga.

Additionally, I aim to strengthen relationships with external organisations and state and federal members to ensure a bright future for our community.

Tell us a bit about yourself, your connection to the region, and your passions outside of work.

I’ve worked at Woodcroft Primary School for 15 years and have strong ties to Onkaparinga, where I have a wide range of friendships. I was raised in Happy Valley and I attended Braeview Primary School. My parents still live in our family home. My maiden name was Kim Nicolle, and my family, including my grandparents and great uncle, had a long history of service and dedication to the area. My passions include netball and I love my weekly yoga classes. I am looking forward to doing a lot more travelling around Australia with my wonderful husband.

What do you want to hear about from local residents?

I know locals have some of the answers to the issues our city is facing, and together we can create safe spaces for everyone to come together, address concerns, and celebrate our successes. Many conversations and voices being heard will support a strong community and lead to great outcomes.

If you are a local resident and would like to be heard, please reach out via