Julian Leeser, since 2016.
Northern Sydney. Berowra covers most of Hornsby Shire and northern parts of the Hills. Major suburbs include Berowra, Hornsby, Cherrybrook, Pennant Hills, and Dural. It also stretches as far north as Dangar Island and Wisemans Ferry.
Berowra was created at the 1969 election, and has always been safely retained by the Liberal Party.
The seat was first won in 1969 by Tom Hughes. Hughes had previously held the seat of Parkes since 1963, but its abolition in 1969 saw him move to Berowra. He was Attorney-General in John Gorton’s government, but was dropped from the cabinet when William McMahon became Prime Minister, and he retired at the 1972 election.
In 1972, the seat was won by Harry Edwards, a professor of economics at Macquarie University. Edwards held the seat for the next 21 years, retiring in 1993. He was replaced by Philip Ruddock, who had held other seats since 1973. Ruddock held the seat from 1993 until 2016, serving as a senior minister for the entirety of the Howard government. Ruddock has since gone on to be elected as Mayor of Hornsby.
Berowra was won in 2016 by Liberal candidate Julian Leeser. Leeser was re-elected in 2019.
- Nicholas Samios (Liberal Democrats)
- Tania Salitra (Greens)
- Rhiannon Bosma (One Nation)
- Julian Leeser (Liberal)
- Brendan Clarke (Fusion)
- Benson Koschinski (Labor)
- David Louie (Federation)
- Roger Woodward (Independent)
- Christopher Martinic (United Australia)
- Benjamin Caswell (Independent)
|Simon Taylor||Christian Democratic Party||2,163||2.3||-3.2|
|Craig McLachlan||United Australia Party||1,576||1.7||+1.7|
|Brendan Clarke||Science Party||1,465||1.6||-0.5|
|Justin Thomas||Sustainable Australia||1,425||1.5||+1.5|
2019 two-party-preferred result
Booths have been divided into four areas. Booths in the sparsely-populated north and west of the seat have been grouped as “north-west”. Booths at the southern end of the seat have been grouped as “south”. Those booths in the east of the seat have been split into “north-east” and “east”.
The Liberal Party won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote in all four areas, ranging from 54.3% in the north-east to 78.8% in the north-west.
The Greens primary vote ranged from 7.9% in the north-west to 16.0% in the east.
|Voter group||GRN prim %||LIB 2PP %||Total votes||% of votes|