Electoral district of Lane Cove

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Lane Cove
New South WalesLegislative Assembly
Nsw electoral district lanecove 2015.svg
Location within Sydney
State New South Wales
Dates current 1904–1913, 1927–present
MP Anthony Roberts
Party Liberal Party
Electors 56,671 (2017)
Area 37.19 km2 (14.4 sq mi)
Electorates around Lane Cove:
Ryde Ku-ring-gai Davidson
Ryde Lane Cove Willoughby
Drummoyne Drummoyne
North Shore

Lane Cove is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales. It is represented by Anthony Roberts of the Liberal Party. The electoral district of Lane Cove encompasses the localities of Artarmon, Chatswood West, East Ryde, Gladesville, Gore Hill, Greenwich, Henley, Hunters Hill, Huntleys Point, Lane Cove, Linley Point, Longueville, Macquarie Park, Monash Park, North Ryde, Northwood, Putney, Riverview, Ryde, St Leonards, Tambourine Bay and Woolwich.

Members for Lane Cove[edit]

First incarnation (1904–1913)
Member Party Term
  David Fell Liberal Reform 1904–1913
Second incarnation (1927–present)
Member Party Term
  Bryce Walmsley Nationalist 1927–1930
  Herbert FitzSimons Nationalist 1930–1932
  United Australia 1932–1944
  Henry Woodward Labor 1944–1947
  Ken McCaw Liberal 1947–1975
  John Dowd Liberal 1975–1991
  Kerry Chikarovski Liberal 1991–2003
  Anthony Roberts Liberal 2003–present

Election results[edit]

New South Wales state election, 2015: Lane Cove[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Anthony Roberts 27,789 57.1 −8.3
Labor Andrew Zbik 9,790 20.1 +6.1
Greens Pierre Masse 7,203 14.8 −2.7
Independent Jim Sanderson 2,029 4.2 +4.2
Christian Democrats Peter Colsell 1,060 2.2 −0.5
No Land Tax Irma Di Santo 754 1.6 +1.6
Total formal votes 48,625 97.4 +0.4
Informal votes 1,317 2.6 −0.4
Turnout 49,942 91.7 +0.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Anthony Roberts 29,451 67.8 −9.5
Labor Andrew Zbik 13,972 32.2 +9.5
Liberal hold Swing −9.5


External links[edit]

  • "Lane Cove". New South Wales Electoral Commission. Retrieved 2011-10-08.