State Electoral District
- The term “district” is used to refer to an electorate within the Legislative Assembly of the State of Queensland.
- Each electoral district is represented by a single member in Parliament.
- Queensland is currently divided into 89 electoral districts.
View current State Electoral District Boundary maps
Queensland electoral district boundaries are changed on average every eight years. The latest Redistribution was completed in August 2008. The Queensland Redistribution Commission is responsible for making changes to the boundaries of the State’s electoral districts when the redistribution is triggered. Find out more>
Buy a Map
Current State Electoral District Boundary maps (A0 paper size) and the Report of the Queensland Redistribution Commission are on display at the Electoral Commission of Queensland during normal business hours (9.00am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday).
The State Electoral District Boundary maps (A0 paper size) are available for purchase from the Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Land Centre Cnr Main & Vulture Sts, Woolloongabba, Brisbane.
The digital GIS data is available FREE to download from the Queenland Government Information Service (QGIS) at http://dds.information.qld.gov.au/dds/.