Electorates of the Australian Capital Territory


Electorates of the Australian Capital Territory


thumb|Map of the electorates">legend|#7cf486|BrindabellaThe Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly has the following Electorates:

* Molonglo containing the town centres of: North Canberra; South Canberra; Weston Creek; Woden except for the suburbs of Chifley, Pearce and Torrens; and Gungahlin except for the suburb of Nicholls, which was transferred to Ginninderra after the 1998 election. It also includes the parts of the ACT to the north and east of Canberra. Its western boundary is the Murrumbidgee River.
* Ginninderra containing the town centre of Belconnen and the suburb of Nicholls (in Gungahlin). Its southern boundary is the Molonglo River.
* Brindabella containing the town centre of Tuggeranong, as well as the suburbs of Chifley, Pearce and Torrens (in Woden). It also includes all of the ACT which is south of the Murrumbidgee River, thus making it the largest electorate.

References

* [http://www.elections.act.gov.au/Elecrate01.html Elections ACT]


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