New South Wales
Named after Allan Cunningham 1791–1839, an early Australian explorer.
Cunningham covers an area of approximately 490 sq km from Cordeaux Heights, Figtree and Coniston in the south, to Helensburgh in the north, and is bounded generally in the west by the mountain range. The main suburbs include Austinmer, Balgownie, Bellambi, Bulli, Clifton, Coalcliff, Coledale, Coniston, Cordeaux Heights, Corrimal, Darkes Forest, Fairy Meadow, Figtree, Gwynneville, Helensburgh, Keiraville, Mount Keira, Mount Kembla, Mount Ousley, Mount Saint Thomas, Otford, Russell Vale, Scarborough, Stanwell Park, Tarrawanna, Thirroul, Towradgi, Unanderra, Wollongong, Wombarra and Woonona.
Wollongong is the commercial centre of the Illawarra, servicing tourism, tertiary education, steel production, coal mining, brick manufacturing, textiles & dairy-farming.
See the Parliament of Australia website
For supporting information, see Party Codes, Demographic Ratings and Seat Status.