Find my electorate
Existing state electoral boundaries are on display at ECQ's office during normal business hours, or you can view interactive and/or static maps here:
- State electorate maps
- Local government maps
Queensland is currently divided into 89 state electoral districts. Following the completion and implementation of the 2017 redistribution, the number of state electorates will increase by four. At a state election, the people in each electoral district vote for one candidate to represent them in parliament. It is important that each member of parliament represents a balanced number of electors.
There are 77 local council areas within Queensland which can be divided or undivided. In a divided council, electors from each division are required to elect one councillor to represent them. In an undivided council, electors are required to elect all of the councillors they wish to represent them.
The localities and postcodes list (XLSX, 201.2 KB) provides comprehensive information on all electoral areas in Queensland.
The digital Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data for the state electoral boundaries are available through the Queensland Government Spatial Catalogue (QSpatial).