Electoral district of Mulgrave (Queensland)
|Dates current||1873–1888; 1950–present|
|Area||1,664 km2 (642.5 sq mi)|
The district in its present form is a narrow coastal strip running from the southern suburbs of Cairns at its northern end to Innisfail at its southern end. Mulgrave also includes the towns of Gordonvale and Babinda. The electorate was first created for the 1950 election.
There was an earlier district also called Mulgrave that existed from 1873 to 1888. It was based on the town of Bundaberg and was replaced by the new electoral district of Bundaberg by the Electoral Districts Act of 1887.
Members for Mulgrave
|First incarnation (1873–1888)|
|Walter Scott||Squatter conservative||1873–1878|
|Thomas McIlwraith||Conservative leader||1878–1886|
|Second incarnation (1950–present)|
|Max Menzel||National Country||1980–1982|
|Charles Rappolt||One Nation||1998|
|Liberal National||Robyn Quick||8,334||31.27||−0.73|
|Palmer United||Christian Wolff||2,821||10.59||+10.59|
|Total formal votes||26,648||97.73||−0.40|
|Liberal National||Robyn Quick||9,205||37.24||−11.62|
- "Representatives of Queensland State Electorates 1860-2012" (PDF). Queensland Parliament. Retrieved 3 February 2014.
- 2015 State General Election - Mulgrave - District Summary, ECQ.
- Electorate Profile (Antony Green, ABC)