Lily D’Ambrosio, since 2002.
Outer northern Melbourne. Mill Park covers southern parts of the Ctiy of Whittlesea, specifically the suburb of South Morang and parts of Epping, Mill Park and Wollert.
Mill Park shifted north, losing part of Mill Park to Bundoora and the remainder of Lalor and Thomastown to Thomastown. In exchange, Mill Park gained parts of Epping and South Morang from Epping. These changes cut the Labor margin from 19.5% to 16.9%.
The electoral district of Mill Park was first created prior to the 1992 redistribution. It has been won by the ALP at all five elections since it’s creation.
Mill Park was first won in 1992 by Alex Andrianopoulos who had held the seat of St Albans since 1985, before his district was abolished in 1992. He was elected Speaker of the Legislative Assembly after the ALP’s election win in 1999 and served in the role until his retirement in 2002.
Andrianopoulos was succeeded in 2002 by his former electorate officer Lily D’Ambrosio. D’Ambrosio was re-elected in 2006 and 2010.
Mill Park is a safe Labor seat.
2010 election result
|Phillip Cogger||Family First||1,901||5.29||-2.20||4.85|
2010 two-party-preferred result
Booths in Mill Park have been divided into three areas: east, south and west.
The ALP won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote ranging from 59.5% in the east to 69% in the south.
|Voter group||GRN %||ALP 2PP %||Total||% of votes|