Andrew Wines is a Liberal National Party councillor for the Brisbane City Council, representing Enoggera Ward. He was first elected in 2008, becoming the youngest person elected to the Council at 23 years. He then went on to be re-elected in 2012 and 2016.
Cr Wines was educated at Mt Maria College (Mitchelton and Enoggera) and the Queensland University of Technology. He has a degree in Business, Majoring in Economics and Marketing. Before being elected to Council, he worked for Spotless as part of the South Bank TAFE refurbishment project management team.
He played cricket for the Ferny Fireballs, and has played with GPS Rugby Ashgrove and is an occasional indoor netball player at the Newmarket courts. He is also the patron of the Westside Football Club (soccer), and Mitchelton Youth Club and regularly attends community group meetings and events.
Cr Wines serves as Chief Administration Whip, Deputy Chairman of the Public and Active Transport Committee and a member of the Environment, Parks and Sustainability Committee.