Boundary Review 2019/20 Adjusting the electorate boundaries is about balance

When is it?

The boundary review started in October 2019 and will end in April 2020.

What’s happening now?

The Representation Commission has released its proposed electorate boundaries and names for the 2020 and 2023 General Elections.

Have your say

Find out more about public submissions on the boundary review.

View submissions on the proposed electorates

You can read the objections and counter-objections to the Representation Commission’s proposed electorates.

Read the submissions

See the map of current and proposed electorates

Use the interactive map to see the current and proposed electorate boundaries, and the areas the changes would affect.

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Who reviews the boundaries

The Representation Commission is the independent body that reviews the boundaries and names of electorates.

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Read media releases

The Representation Commission will put out media releases with important updates about the boundary review.

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