William (Bill) Trevor


Bill Trevor was first elected to Isis Shire Council in 1985. He stood on a platform of bringing local government back to the people – and after serving as a councillor for nine years and was elected Mayor in 1993 and completed a 14 year term.

He was the founding president of the Regional Organisation of Councils, and in addition to his roles within local government, Bill has been Chairman of the Wide Bay Burnett Area Consultative Committee, Chairman of the North Burnett Local Government Association, former Director of the Isis Central Sugar Mill Company and former Member of the Bundaberg District Health Council. He has also held positions on numerous Local, State and Federal Government committees.

In his private life, Bill is a primary producer with a desire to improve both rural and commercial businesses in the region.

His desire to open communication between councils and their communities has resulted in major achievements, as has his work in developing and promoting the WBB ACC’s aim to enhance the district’s future by creating long-term jobs and sustainable industries.

Bill has been instrumental in bringing the region together to work as a united group to secure State and Federal funding for Wide Bay Burnett.