Australian women who were British subjects, 21 years and older, gained the right to vote in:
|Place||Voting Rights||Right to stand for Parliament|
|New South Wales||1902||1918|
In 1962 the right to vote in federal elections was granted to Australian Aboriginal women who, together with Australian Aboriginal men, had been specifically excluded from the franchise in Australia by the Commonwealth Franchise Act 1902.
Source: AUSFOLIO Volume 2, Number 1 SOCOM Educational Resources 1993.