Justin Houghton (Chairman)

Justin Houghton became a Trustee in 2015 while managing Veolia Environmental Services Woodlawn facility (which provides funding to the Veolia Mulwaree Trust).  Justin has since become Veolia’s NSW - General Manager SHEQ • Quality / Environment / Sustainable development. As a former resident of Tarago, Justin remains committed to supporting the hard work of local organisations through the Veolia Mulwaree Trust. He became Chairman in 2020. 


John Reynolds

John Reynolds is the community representative on the Veolia Mulwaree Trust and has been a Trustee since 2005. John is a lifelong resident of the Tarago area and a former Councillor on Mulwaree Shire Council. A farmer and business operator, John brings to the Trust a wealth of knowledge and experience of the local area.


Bob Kirk 

Goulburn Mulwaree Council Mayor Bob Kirk is Council’s representative on the Trust Board. Bob commenced his duties with the Trust in October 2016 after being elected Mayor by his fellow councillors. Bob has a background in banking and management. Born and raised in Goulburn, he is focused on supporting local community groups with their valuable work.


Henry Gundry

Henry Gundry is a Tarago local and passionate about Veolia’s support of the local community. The Gundry family has been involved with many community organisations over multiple generations. As Veolia’s Woodlawn’s Eco-Precinct Manager, Henry has worked with the Veolia Mulwaree Trust for many years, becoming a Trustee in 2020.


All correspondence to the Directors of the Veolia Mulwaree Trust should be addressed to:

The Trustees
Veolia Mulwaree Trust
PO Box 661

Or emailed to [email protected]


Paul Stephenson OAM (Retired Chairman/Trustee)

Paul Stephenson retired from the position of Chairman and Trustee of the Veolia Mulwaree Trust in December 2014. Paul was instrumental in founding the Veolia Mulwaree Trust during his long career in local government. Paul was the Mayor of Mulwaree Shire Council for 12 years before becoming the Mayor of the newly amalgamated Goulburn Mulwaree Council in 2004, a position he held until his retirement from local government in 2008. Mr Stephenson was awarded an OAM for service to local government and his work in the community through the Veolia Mulwaree Trust. Paul’s contribution to the Trust continues to be greatly missed by his staff, fellow Trustees and the countless community organisations who benefitted from his hard work and vision over the years.