Electoral district of Albert Park
Location of Albert Park (dark green) in Greater Melbourne
|Party||Australian Labor Party|
|Area||22 km2 (8.5 sq mi)|
Albert Park is an electoral district of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, Australia. It covers an area of 22 square kilometres (8.5 sq mi) in inner suburban Melbourne, and includes the suburbs of Albert Park, Middle Park, Port Melbourne, St Kilda West, Southbank, South Melbourne, South Wharf, and parts of St Kilda. It lies within the Southern Metropolitan Region of the upper house, the Legislative Council.
It was first proclaimed in 1889.
John Thwaites was the member from 1992 until his resignation on 30 July 2007, along with Steve Bracks, the member for Williamstown. A by-election was held on 15 September 2007, which resulted in the election of Labor's Martin Foley.
Members for Albert Park
|Harold Drew||United Australia||1932–1937|
|Sir William Haworth||United Australia||1937–1944|
|Victorian state election, 2014: Albert Park|
|Sex Party||James Hurley||1,263||3.5||−0.1|
|Family First||Deborah Geyer||273||0.7||0.0|
|Total formal votes||36,576||95.9||−0.4|
- "Albert Park district profile". Victorian Electoral Commission. Retrieved 6 December 2014.
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