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Legislative Council
Elections 2020 -

Ordinary elections are conducted on a 6 year periodic cycle. Elections for 3 members are held in May one year, with elections for 2 members held in May the following year and so on.

In 2020, Legislative Council elections are being held in the divisions of Huon and Rosevears.

Preview of <Huon division map



  • the Huon Valley municipal area and
  • the Kingborough municipal area south of Algona Road and Pearsall Avenue in Blackmans Bay including parts of Blackmans Bay and Leslie Vale, Neika and Longley.
  • Bruny Island is also included in the division.

Preview of Rosevears division map



  • the West Tamar municipal area
  • the Launceston City municipal area east of the southern outlet and north of the Bass Highway, including Riverside, Trevallyn, West Launceston, Summerhill and almost all Prospect.

Which Division am I Enrolled in?

Check your enrolment on the Australian Electoral Commission website (opens in a new tab).

There are fifteen Legislative Council divisions:

On Saturday 5 August 2017, new Legislative Council electoral boundaries came into effect due to the completion of the 2016-17 Legislative Council Electoral Boundaries Redistribution process.
New maps and division descriptions 

You can learn more about the redistribution and new boundaries here .

Each division is represented by one Member of the Legislative Council.

Who Represents You?

Use this simple search tool to learn who currently represents you at each level of government.

Related information

Your Candidates

Huon and Rosevears candidates have been announced...

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Information for Candidates

Handbook and other information...

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Ways to Vote

Services to help you have your say in the Huon and Rosevears Legislative Council elections.

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Polling Places

Find your nearest polling place on polling day...

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Check your enrolment, update your details, or enrol to vote...
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Coronavirus and the election

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