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Swan Hills Electorate Profile

2017 Election Result:



Results by Polling Place etc.

Election Analysis:


Electorate Profile from Census Statistics:
These Basic Community Profiles (BCP) provide tables containing key census characteristics of persons, families and dwellings for this state election district. The information was collected from the 1996, 2001, 2007 and 2011 Census of Population and Housing.
Current
Unemployment statistics
Successive Members of Parliament for the District
Constituency created under Redistribution of Seats 1988
NamePartyTerm

Gavan John Troy

Australian Labor Party



1989 - 1993

June Dorothy van de Klashorst

Liberal



1993 - 2001

Jaye Amber Radisich

Australian Labor Party



2001 - 2008

Francesco (Frank) Angelo Alban

Liberal



2008 - 2017

Jessica Shaw

Australian Labor Party

2017 -


Source:
Black, David & Valerie Prescott. Election Statistics: Legislative Assembly of Western Australia, 1890-1996.
Perth, W.A. : Parliament of Western Australia and the Western Australian Electoral Commission, 1997.

Schools in the Swan Hills Electorate

Government:
Arbor Grove Primary School
Aveley Primary School
Bullsbrook College
Chidlow Primary School
Eastern Hills Senior High School
Ellen Stirling Primary School
Ellenbrook Primary School
Ellenbrook Secondary College
Gidgegannup Primary School
Malvern Springs Primary School
Mount Helena Primary School
Sawyers Valley Primary School
Upper Swan Primary School
Wooroloo Primary School

Others:
Bible Baptist Christian Academy
Ellenbrook Christian College
Swan Valley Anglican Community School
Holy Cross College
St Helena's Catholic Primary School































Current Member:

Jessica Shaw (ALP)



Contact Details and Speeches

Biography

Media Coverage: Newspapers, Radio & TV

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Map of Swan Hills Electorate (click to enlarge):



Books about Swan Hills:

Memories of Chittering and Bullsbrook, 1830-1995 (204p. Access Press, 1995)

A Peterkin: The noisy mansions - the story of Swanleigh, 1868-1971 (235p. Swanleigh Council, 1986)

Nomenclature
Swan Hills - What's in a Name?

This is a "made-up" name created for the electorate because it encompasses portion of the Swan Valley and the hills area to the east of Perth. The Swan River was named by the Dutch explorer Willem Vlamingh in 1697 because of the number of Black Swans seen on the river.

Source:
Western Australia. Department of Land Administration. Names and Places.

Number of Electors: 26,987 (9 March 2015)

Source:
Western Australian Electoral Commission. State Electorate Information.

Suburbs/Town within District
Aveley, Bailup, Beechina, Belhus*, Brigadoon, Bullsbrook, Chidlow, Ellenbrook, Gidgeganup, Melaleuca, Mount Helena*, Red Hill*, Sawyers Valley*, The Vines, Upper Swan, Walyunga National Park, and Wooroloo.
* = Suburb/Town split between more than one District.

Source:
Western Australian Electoral Commission. State Electorate Information.

Local Governments within District
Shire of Mundaring (part)
City of Swan (part)

Source:
Western Australian Electoral Commission. State Electorate Information.


Local Newspapers
Ellenbrook Swan Vally Advocate



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