Croydon is an electoral district of the House of Assembly in the Australian state of South Australia. Named after the suburb of the same name, it is a 17.3 km² urban electorate in Adelaide's inner north-west, taking in the suburbs of Allenby Gardens, Beverley, Brompton, Bowden, Croydon, West Croydon, Croydon Park, Devon Park, Dudley Park, Flinders Park, Hindmarsh, West Hindmarsh, Kilkenny, Renown Park, Ridleyton, Welland, Woodville Gardens, Woodville Park and parts of Ferryden Park.
Croydon was created in the 1998 electoral distribution as a safe seat for the Australian Labor Party, replacing the abolished Spence. It was first contested at the 2002 state election, where it was won by former Attorney-General and current Speaker Michael Atkinson, the previous member for Spence since 1989. The seat is split between the marginal federal seats of Adelaide and Hindmarsh and the safe federal Labor seat of Port Adelaide. Following the 2014 election Croydon became Labor's safest seat on an 18.9 percent margin.
Members for Croydon