Division of Fraser
Australian House of Representatives Division
Fraser, shown within ACT
(Jervis Bay Territory not shown)
|Area||513 km2 (198.1 sq mi)|
The Division of Fraser is an Australian Electoral Division in the Australian Capital Territory and the Jervis Bay Territory. The division was created in a redistribution of the former Division of Australian Capital Territory, gazetted on 19 April 1974. It is named for Jim Fraser, who was the Member for Australian Capital Territory from 1951 to 1970. It encompasses the northern suburbs of Canberra, including the districts of Belconnen, Gungahlin, North Canberra and also the Jervis Bay Territory. It also includes the land in the ACT north of the Molonglo River and Lake Burley Griffin. It has always been a safe seat for the Australian Labor Party.
|Australian federal election, 2013: Fraser|
|Bullet Train||Sam Huggins||5,099||4.06||+4.06|
|Palmer United||Freddy Alcazar||3,063||2.44||+2.44|
|Rise Up Australia||Jill Ross||1,508||1.20||+1.20|
|Total formal votes||125,535||96.27||+0.70|
- Division of Fraser, ACT, Election 2013, Australian Electoral Commission, 28 November 2013.