Lucy Wicks Net Worth 2023, Age, Height, Husband, Children, Family, Parents, Salary

Lucy Wicks net worth

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Lucy Wicks is a former Australian politician. She was a Liberal member of the House of Representatives from 2013 to 2022, representing the Division of Robertson in New South Wales. She lost her seat to the Australian Labor Party candidate Gordon Reid at the 2022 federal election.

Early life

NameLucy Wicks
Net Worth$5 million
Age50 years
Lucy Wicks net worth

Lucy Elizabeth Wicks Warren was born in Canberra on 1 January 1, 1973 (age 50 years) in Canberra, Australia. She is the oldest of five children born to Mary (née Gilligan) and Max Warren. On her mother’s side, she is a descendant of Francis Gilligan, an Irishman who was transported to Australia as a convict under the Whiteboy Acts.

Wicks grew up in Canberra and country New South Wales where her father worked as a schoolteacher. She lived for periods in Cowra and Walcha before the family settled in Point Clare on the Central Coast.

She attended the Gosford Christian Community School in Narara where her father was the principal. Wicks holds the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in English literature from the University of Sydney. After graduating she returned to Gosford Christian Community School as a teacher from 1996 to 1998.

Political career

Lucy Wicks worked as a Liberal Party staffer and electorate officer from 1999 to 2003. She later worked in corporate affairs and communications for Telstra from 2004 to 2011, and as a government relations adviser from 2011 to 2012. In her twenties, she “suffered with massive depression from PTSD arising from a very significant workplace bullying incident that took me years to recover from”.

Wicks was a state vice president of the Young Liberals from 2001 to 2002. She later served as president of the state women’s council and state vice president of the Liberal Party of Australia (New South Wales Division) from 2011 to 2012. Wicks is a member of the center-right faction of the Liberal Party.

She was appointed the Liberal candidate for the federal seat of Robertson in 2012. The state executive chose not to hold a preselection for the seat in order to “overcome entrenched local factions”, with Wicks reportedly endorsed by opposition leader Tony Abbott. As a result, some local members refused to campaign for her.

Wicks was nonetheless elected to the House of Representatives at the 2013 federal election, defeating the incumbent Australian Labor Party (ALP) member Deborah O’Neill. She was appointed to the speaker’s panel in February 2015. She was narrowly re-elected at the 2016 election. She has served on various parliamentary committees and in July 2019 she was appointed chair of the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit.

In 2020 it was reported that Wicks had attended the Hope Unlimited Church, a Pentecostal congregation, on a number of occasions, and that the church had recently been awarded a government grant. She subsequently stated that she was not a member of the church and had not been involved in the awarding of the grant and that she attends multiple churches within her electorate, “usually at the request of a church for their special events”.

Lucy Wicks was defeated at the 2022 Australian federal election by Labor MP Gordon Reid, with a 7.7% swing on a two-party preferred basis. She is one of the richest and most influential politicians in Australia. She stands at an appealing height of 1.68m and has a good body weight which suits her personality.

In 2017 Lucy Wicks announced she had been diagnosed by an integrative medicine practitioner with chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS), or sick building syndrome, following symptoms that included chest infections, chronic fatigue, and memory lapses.

She was advised to “avoid buildings with mold and other biotoxins” and had to cut back on her parliamentary duties depending on the location. She lobbied for a parliamentary inquiry into CIRS similar to the one into Lyme disease in 2017 and was a committee member for the Inquiry into Biotoxin-related Illnesses in Australia in 2018.


Lucy Wicks has two children with her former husband Chris. The family lived in Springfield until 2017 when they sold their home and began renting in Terrigal. Wicks also owns an investment property in North Avoca.

Lucy Wicks net worth

How much is Lucy Wicks worth? Lucy Wicks’s net worth is estimated at around $5 million. Her main source of income is from her primary work as a politician. Lucy Wicks’s salary per month and other career earnings are over $400,000 dollars annually. Her remarkable achievements have earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips.