It was a precious moment of down time after a 3.9 per cent swing to the Liberals gave him a comfortable victory by more than 6000 votes under the two-party preferred system.
It was back to business for Mr Wyatt, with a public appearance at the Midland Workshops Heritage open day where he met supporters.
‘We went there to thank the people who supported me,’ he said.
‘Then my family and I went for ice cream.’
Mr Wyatt said one of his main priorities during this term of government would be broadband.
‘Broadband is a significant priority’