Skip to main content
Home

Kingsley Electorate Profile (2021)

About the Kingsley Electorate

Map showing the boundaries of the Kingsley electorate for the 2021 election

PDF version of the Kingsley electorate map

PDF version of the North Metropolitan Region electorate map

Area (sq km): 27
Number of Electors: 30,057
Source: Western Australian Electoral Commission.

Origin of the Name:
The suburb of Kingsley is named after the village of Kingsley which is near Winchester in Hampshire, England. The name was chosen for the historical association with the first owner of land in the area, William Kernot Shenton. Shenton was born in Winchester in 1802. The suburb name was approved in 1974.
Source: Western Australia. Department of Land Administration. Names and Places.

Suburbs and Towns within the Electorate:
Greenwood; Hamersley; Kingsley; Warwick; Woodvale
* = Suburb/Town split between more than one Electorate.
Source: Western Australian Electoral Commission.

Legislative Council Region:
North Metropolitan

Local Governments within the Electorate:
City of Wanneroo; Statistical Profile of City of Wanneroo
City of Stirling
City of Joondalup; Statistical Profile of City of Joondalup

Schools
Government: Creaney Education Support Centre; Creaney Primary School; Dalmain Primary School; East Hamersley Primary School; Glendale Primary School; Goollelal Primary School; Greenwood College; Greenwood Primary School; Halidon Primary School; Hawker Park Primary School; North Woodvale Primary School; Warwick Senior High School; West Coast Secondary Education Support Centre; West Greenwood Primary School; Woodvale Primary School; Woodvale Secondary College.

Other: Liwara Catholic Primary School; St Luke's Catholic Primary School; The Montessori School.

Local Newspapers:
  • Joondalup Times
  • Wanneroo Times

Statistical Profile of the Kingsley Electorate

Elections

Information about the 2021 State General Election
Information about Previous Elections

Current Member

Jessica Stojkovski (ALP)

Jessica lives in Woodvale with her husband and their two kids. She grew up in Beldon and Joondalup where she attended Eddystone Primary School and Sacred Heart College.

As a mum with a young children at primary school, Jessica values the contribution education makes to our kid’s future. Jessica’s experience serving on the Greenwood College, Warwick Senior High School, St Luke’s Catholic Primary School, Creaney Primary School and Halidon Primary School boards has given her a solid understanding of the pressures and demands on the education system in today’s changing world.

Prior to entering Parliament Jessica was a strategic project town planner at the City of Wanneroo, while also raising her young family.

Jessica is currently the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport; Planning; and Ports.

Contact details and Speeches

Biography

Facebook; Twitter

Successive Members for the Kingsley Electorate

Constituency created under the Redistribution of Seats 1988

NamePartyTerm
Cheryl Lynn Edwardes Liberal Party 1989 - 2005
Judith (Judy) Hughes Australian Labor Party 2005 - 2008
Andrea Ruth Mitchell Liberal Party 2008 - 2017
Jessica Mary Christine Stojkovski Australian Labor Party 2017 -

Source:
Black, David & Valerie Prescott. Election Statistics: Legislative Assembly of Western Australia, 1890-1996. Perth, WA: Parliament of Western Australia Electoral Commission, 1997.
Parliament of Western Australia, Members (website) http://www.parliament.wa.gov.au