Division of Darwin
Australian House of Representatives Division
The Division of Darwin was an Australian Electoral Division in Tasmania. The division was created in 1903 and abolished in 1955, when it was replaced by the Division of Braddon. It was named after Charles Darwin, who visited Australia in 1836. It was located in north-western Tasmania, including the towns of Burnie and Devonport. After 1917 it was held by the Liberal Party and its predecessors. Prominent members included King O'Malley, a colourful Labor member, Sir George Bell, Speaker of the House, and Dame Enid Lyons, the first woman elected to the House of Representatives.
|(Sir) George Bell||Nationalist||1925–1931|
|Dame Enid Lyons||United Australia||1943–1944|