“For two days, Cape York grandmother Doreen Hart has been making sandwiches and billy tea for Tony Abbott on a remote bush building site as he hammers away, helping her family build a home.
… Mr Abbott is visiting Cape York this week and, at Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson’s urging, spent two days with Ms Hart’s family on site, hammering, sawing and building.
She, for one, was amazed he continued to work after the television cameras were turned off.”
According to Christopher Pyne
“We know that Tony Abbott works in Indigenous communities at least a week or two a year, and he has said that if he is elected Prime Minister that he will continue to do that and that he will take senior bureaucrats with him. He has done that in Cape York…”