Ray Williams, since 2015. Previously member for Hawkesbury 2007-2015.
Northwestern Sydney. Castle Hill covers parts of the Hills Shire, including the suburbs of Castle Hill, Beaumount Hills, Kellyville, Glenhaven and Rouse Hill.
Castle Hill was created in 2007, replacing the former seat of The Hills. The Hills had existed since 1962, and had always been held by Liberal MPs.
The Hills was first won in 1962 by Max Ruddock, a former president of Hornsby Shire. He served as a minister in the Coalition state government from 1975 to 1976. Shortly after the government lost power in 1976, Ruddock announced his retirement, and died six days later. His son Phillip was elected to the House of Representatives in 1973 and still serves there today.
The 1976 by-election was won by Fred Caterson. He held the seat until he resigned from Parliament in 1990.
Another by-election in 1990 was won by former car dealer Tony Packard. He was re-elected in 1991, but resigned in 1993 after being convicted of installing listening devices illegally when he worked as a car dealer.
The 1993 by-election was won by Liberal candidate Michael Richardson. He held The Hills until 2007, when he won election to the renamed seat of Castle Hill.
In 2011, Richardson lost preselection to Dominic Perrottet, who was elected.
Perrottet swapped seats in 2015 with Hawkesbury MP Ray Williams. Williams had represented Hawkesbury since 2007, and won Castle Hill in 2015.
- Herman Kuipers (Sustainable Australia)
- David Field (Greens)
- Raymond Williams (Liberal)
- David Ager (Labor)
Castle Hill is the safest Liberal seat in the state.
|Muriel Sultana||Christian Democrats||1,535||3.2||-0.4|
|Anna Stevis||No Land Tax||1,381||2.9||+2.9|
2015 two-party-preferred result
Booths in Castle Hill have been split into four parts: north-east, north-west, south-east and south-west. South-East mostly covers the suburb of Castle Hill in the urban part of the seat.
The Liberal Party won huge majorities of the two-party-preferred vote in all four areas, ranging from 77.5% in the south-west to 85.1% in the north-east.
|Voter group||LIB 2PP %||Total votes||% of votes|
Two-party-preferred votes in Castle Hill at the 2015 NSW state election