I’ve now created a few booth maps showing the primary vote results for the Greens and the two-party preferred figures for the Liberals (who won every single booth), as well as maps showing the swings in each booth.
With regard to swing figures, I have paired the abolished seat of Nepean High School with the new booth of Melrose Hall, and have paired the abolished York Public School with the new Jamison High School. In both cases the booths are very close to each other. There is no booth comparison with Penrith PCYC, so I have taken that booth off the swing maps.
The two-party swing in almost all booths was in the 20s. The ALP were able to limit the swing to less than 20% in only one booth: at the Jamistown Uniting Church, where the two-party preferred swing was 19.87%. The largest swing was 32% at the small Nepean Hospital (which isn’t shown on the map). The Liberals gained a swing of over 30% in only one other booth: at Cranebrook at the northern edge of the seat.