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(sq km): 1,334Number of Electors
Source: Western Australian Electoral Commission.Origin of the 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.Suburbs and Towns within the Electorate
Aveley *; Avon Valley National Park; Bailup; Baskerville; Beechina; Brigadoon; Bullsbrook; Chidlow; Ellenbrook *; Gidgegannup; Herne Hill; Melaleuca; Middle Swan *; Millendon; Mt Helena; Sawyers Valley; The Lakes; The Vines *; Upper Swan; Walyunga National Park; Wooroloo
* = Suburb/Town split between more than one Electorate.
Source: Western Australian Electoral Commission.