Randolf Wirkus is a family man with four children who until recently lived in the western suburbs of Brisbane, calling Kenmore and Brookfield home. He and his ex-wife lived in the area from 1992 until 2022 when these events destroyed their lives. Randolf has been involved in many community events. He has been the fund-raising co-coordinator at Brookfield State School and a junior local soccer coach.
Randolf commenced his business career in 1981 specializing in commercial and residential construction and has a wealth of knowledge in construction, business management, finance, human resources, including sales and marketing. He built several shopping centres (See newspaper article)he held a Low Medium Rise Builder’s license and was a member of the REIQ until the Queensland Government black banned him for life out of the construction industry for a crime committed by Supreme Court Justice Peter Lyons and his cronies. Corruption in Queensland Judiciary- cronyism