Electoral district of Flemington

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Flemington
VictoriaLegislative Assembly
StateVictoria
Dates current1904–1945, 1955–1967
Namesakesuburb of Flemington
DemographicMetropolitan

Flemington was an electoral district of the Victorian Legislative Assembly.[1] It was created in 1904 with the abolition of Essendon and Flemington. The new seat was won by the former Labor member for the abolished seat, Edward Warde.

Flemington was abolished in 1945 when several new districts were created, including Moonee Ponds.[1] Flemington was created again in 1955 but was abolished once more in 1967, with its territory being incorporated into Essendon.

Members[edit]

First incarnation 1904–1945
Member Party Term
  Edward Warde Labor 1904–1925
  Jack Holland Labor 1925–1945
Second incarnation 1955–1967
Member Party Term
  Jack Holland Labor 1955
  Kevin Holland   Labor 1956–1967

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Re-Member (Former Members)". State Government of Victoria. Retrieved 24 May 2014.

Coordinates: 37°47′05″S 144°55′40″E / 37.78472°S 144.92778°E / -37.78472; 144.92778