Electoral district of Coomera

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QueenslandLegislative Assembly
Electoral map of Coomera 2017
Dates current2009–present
MPMichael Crandon
PartyLiberal National Party
Electors35,706 (2017)
Area314 km2 (121.2 sq mi)
Coordinates27°49′S 153°19′E / 27.817°S 153.317°E / -27.817; 153.317Coordinates: 27°49′S 153°19′E / 27.817°S 153.317°E / -27.817; 153.317
Electorates around Coomera:
Macalister Macalister Redlands
Logan Coomera Broadwater
Scenic Rim Theodore Broadwater
Electoral map of Coomera 2008

Coomera is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Queensland, based at the northern end of the Gold Coast. The seat has been held by the Liberal National Party since its establishment in 2009.


A coastal suburban electorate, Coomera lies entirely east of the Pacific Motorway. It includes the City of Gold Coast suburbs of Hope Island, Jacobs Well, Steiglitz, and parts of Coomera, Ormeau and Pimpama. It also includes the Logan City suburb of Eagleby.


A new district created for the 2009 state election to accommodate the Gold Coast's urban growth, Coomera was in large part drawn from the eastern half of the district of Albert, which was significantly reduced in size. The southern end of Coomera also includes parts previously belonging to the districts of Broadwater and Gaven.[1] Its inaugural member is Michael Crandon of the Liberal National Party.

Members for Coomera[edit]

Member Party Term
  Michael Crandon Liberal National 2009–present

Election results[edit]

2017 Queensland state election: Coomera[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Michael Crandon 11,535 39.4 −7.8
Labor Christopher Johnson 9,158 31.2 −1.1
One Nation Ronald Pigdon 5,998 20.5 +20.5
Greens Tayla Kerwin 2,620 8.9 +3.3
Total formal votes 29,311 94.2 −3.2
Informal votes 1,806 5.8 +3.2
Turnout 31,117 84.1 +6.4
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Michael Crandon 15,673 53.5 −2.3
Labor Christopher Johnson 13,638 46.5 +2.3
Liberal National hold Swing −2.3


  1. ^ "2008 Queensland State Redistribution: Coomera". Electoral Commission of Queensland. Archived from the original on 2009-06-29.
  2. ^ 2017 State General Election - Coomera - District Summary, ECQ.

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