It looks like the Prime Minister has two obvious loves - the Cronulla Sharks and the Central West.
When Scott Morrison's not spotted wearing his two blues scarf and cheering on the Sharks on a Sunday he's seeminly in the Central West, with the Prime Minister to land at Dubbo, along with some of Australia's most influential leaders, for the Bush Summit next week.
Federal member for Parkes Mark Coulton said the impending visit from Australia's top politician would prove a giant boon for the region.
"Welcoming Prime Minister Scott Morrison back to the Parkes electorate for the second time in under three months will be very exciting for the Dubbo region," Mr Coulton said.
"The summit brings together key spokespeople to canvas the ways in which we can make our regions strong and vibrant places into the future"
Welcoming Scott Morrison back for the second time in under three months will be very exciting.Mark Coulton.
Mr Coulton will attend the event along with Dubbo Regional mayor Ben Shields on July 18 at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre.
The event is expected to garner national attention and comes after the Prime Minister's National Drought Summit that was held last October.
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