Electoral district of Goulburn
New South Wales—Legislative Assembly
Location in New South Wales
|State||New South Wales|
|Area||18,827.31 km2 (7,269.3 sq mi)|
Goulburn is a regional electorate. It encompasses all of Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Yass Valley Council, Upper Lachlan Shire, the eastern part of Hilltops Council and a large part of Wingecarribee Shire. Its population centres include Goulburn and Yass, as well as Marulan, Tallong, Towrang, Bungonia, Lake Bathurst, Tarago, Moss Vale, Bundanoon, Berrima, Sutton Forest, Exeter, Wingello, Penrose, Taralga, Murrumbateman, Boorowa, Crookwell and Gunning.
Goulburn was first established in 1859, partly replacing Southern Boroughs. In 1920, with the introduction of proportional representation, it absorbed Monaro and Bega and elected three members simultaneously. Monaro and South Coast were separated from it in 1927 and it reverted to a single-member electorate. It was abolished in 1991, but recreated for the 2007 general election from part of the abolished district of Southern Highlands and part of the old Burrinjuck.
Members for Goulburn
|James Ashton||Free Trade||1898–1901|
|Augustus James||Liberal Reform||1907–1917|
|Three members (1920–1927)|
|Augustus James||Nationalist||1920–1920||Thomas Rutledge||Progressive||1920–1925||John Bailey||Labor||1920–1925|
|Paddy Stokes||Labor||1925–1927||Jack Tully||Labor||1925–1927|
|Single member (1927–1991)|
|Peter Loughlin||United Australia||1932–1935|
|Single member (2007–present)|
|Shooters, Fishers and Farmers||Andy Wood||4,847||9.49||+9.49|
|One Nation||Richard Orchard||4,723||9.25||+9.25|
|Animal Justice||Tracey Keenan||1,247||2.44||+2.44|
|Liberal Democrats||Dean McCrae||828||1.62||+1.62|
|Total formal votes||51,057||96.93||−0.32|
- "Goulburn". New South Wales Electoral Commission. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
- State Electoral District of Goulburn: First Preference Votes, NSWEC.
- State Electoral District of Goulburn: Distribution of Preferences, NSWEC.