Andrew Fraser, since 1990.
North coast of NSW. The seat covers the entirety of the City of Coffs Harbour, with the local government boundaries aligned to the electoral boundary.
Coffs Harbour has existed since 1981, and has always been held by the National Party.
The seat was first won in 1981 by Matt Singleton. He had been the Member for Clarence since 1971, but moved to Coffs Harbour when the redistribution made his former seat a notional Labor seat. He briefly served as a minister from 1988 to 1989, and retired in 1990.
The 1990 Coffs Harbour by-election was won by National Party candidate Andrew Fraser, and he has held the seat ever since.
- Gregory Renet (Liberal Democrats)
- Robyn Marchant (Animal Justice)
- Sally Townley (Independent)
- Gurmesh Singh (Nationals)
- Ann Leonard (Independent)
- Tony Judge (Labor)
- Stuart Davidson (Shooters, Fishers & Farmers)
- Jonathan Cassell (Greens)
Coffs Harbour is a safe Nationals seat.
|Ian Sutherland||Christian Democrats||1,958||4.3||+0.7|
|Annette Guerry||No Land Tax||733||1.6||+1.6|
2015 two-party-preferred result
Booths in Coffs Harbour have been split into four parts. Polling places in the Coffs Harbour urban area have been grouped together, and the remainder have been split into those to the north, south and west of Coffs Harbour.
The Nationals won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote in all four areas, ranging from 58.7% in the north to 65.6% in Coffs Harbour.
The Greens primary vote ranged from 11.9% in the south to 16.6% in the north.
|Voter group||GRN prim %||NAT 2PP %||Total votes||% of votes|
Election results in Coffs Harbour at the 2015 NSW state election
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