Sue Hobbs

Area of Practice

  • Wills and Estates
  • Conveyancing

Career
Sue joined the family in 2004 and leads the Wills and Estates team.  She provides a caring and personal service to her clients in a relaxed atmosphere. After practicing in general practice in the city of Rockhampton, Sue returned to her childhood home of The Gap and worked for the Director of Public Prosecutions Office.

Recognised as a Queensland Inspiring Woman, Sue was a recipient of an International Women’s Day  Speakers Award in 2014.  Sue has more recently been nominated as a Volunteer of the Year in Campbell Newman’s 2014 Can Do Awards.

Education

Sue graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Laws and was admitted as a solicitor in 1993.

Interests
Sue has been actively involved in the local community through primary and secondary schools and The Gap Chamber of Commerce. Sue enjoys spending her free time surrounding herself with family and friends.