Various map updates

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Following on from the recent publication of the final Queensland state electoral boundaries, I’ve updated Google Earth boundary maps for three other jurisdictions:

  • Tasmanian federal electorates – The draft boundaries were published on May 5. These boundaries will also cover Tasmanian state lower house elections, although it is unlikely to be finished in time for the 2018 state election.
  • Tasmanian upper house electorates – The final boundaries were published in May, and will first be used at the May 2018 election.
  • North Sydney ward boundaries – I had missed a change in North Sydney’s ward boundaries since the 2012 election. The council had cut its wards from four to three, which necessarily required a change in boundaries.

You can download a large number of past, current and future electoral boundaries as Google Earth maps from the maps page.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. The AEC’s indicative timetable for the Tasmanian redistribution has the final determination scheduled for 14 November. Surely that’s not too late for a state election in March.

  2. Apparently the change doesn’t apply to state elections automatically, the state parliament has to pass legislation to implement. It seems quite reasonable they will want to stick to the existing boundaries.

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