Federal Member for Wright Scott Buchholz said the project had turned into a blatant pork barrelling exercise with the vast majority of the rollout occurring in Labor held electorates.
People right across the electorate of Wright are being short changed with barely nine per cent of residents likely to have access to the NBN within the next three years, Mr Buchholz said.
In contrast, the neighbouring Labor held electorate of Blair will have over 85 per cent of households ready for connection in the same timeframe.
In the Scenic Rim the story is even worse. According to NBN Co, there are currently no plans to connect anyone at all for at least three years.
Mr Buchholz said the story was repeated right across the southeast corner with rollout maps revealing that by the time the next election is due late next year, the rollout will have spread through the Labor held electorates of Lilley, Griffith, Rankin and Oxley while neighbouring Coalition seats will see almost no activity.
The NBN is one of the most expensive infrastructure projects ever undertaken in this country. Id like to hope that it is being administered fairly, and not just used to sandbag Labor MPs ahead of the next election, he said.