An electoral boundary is a geographically defined area comprising of enrolled electors who are represented by a member of parliament. Over time the number of electors residing in each boundary area can fluctuate which alters the balance of electors in different areas.
It is the responsibility of the Change Commission and the Queensland Redistribution Commission to review and manage the adjustment of electoral boundaries to ensure that each area is represented by a fair and balanced number of electors.
Current state electoral boundary maps are on display at ECQ's office during normal business hours. The digital GIS data is available through the Queensland Government Spatial Catalogue (QSpatial).
The state electoral district boundary maps (paper size 100cm X 69cm) are available for purchase from the Department of Natural Resources and Mines.