Electoral district of Barwon
New South Wales—Legislative Assembly
Location in New South Wales
|State||New South Wales|
|Dates current||1894–1904, 1927–present|
|Party||National Party of Australia|
|Area||221,570 km2 (85,548.7 sq mi)|
The 2004 redistribution of electoral districts estimated that the electoral district would have 48,049 electors on 29 April 2007.
At the 2007 election it encompassed Warrumbungle Shire (including Coonabarabran, Binnaway, Coolah, Dunedoo and Mendooran), almost all of Narrabri Shire (including Narrabri and Wee Waa), Moree Plains Shire (including Moree), Gilgandra Shire, Coonamble Shire, Walgett Shire, Brewarrina Shire, Bourke Shire, Cobar Shire, Bogan Shire, Warren Shire, some of Narromine Shire (including Trangie) and almost all of Lachlan Shire (including Condobolin).
Barwon was originally created in 1894, when it along with Moree, replaced Gwydir. In 1904, with the downsizing of the Legislative Assembly after Federation, Gwydir was recreated and Moree and Barwon were abolished. In 1927, with the breakup of the three-member Electoral district of Namoi, it was recreated.
Members for Barwon
|First incarnation (1894–1904)|
|Second incarnation (1927–present)|
|Wal Murray||Country, National||1976–1995|
|New South Wales state election, 2011: Barwon|
|Total formal votes||39,107||97.8||0.0|
- "Redistribution Commissioners' Report". Election Funding Authority of New South Wales. 21 December 2004. Retrieved 2006-12-05.
- "Barwon". New South Wales Electoral Commission. Retrieved 2011-10-04.
- Antony Green. "2011 New South Wales Election: Analysis of Results". NSW Parliamentary Library. Retrieved 4 December 2011.