New South Wales
Named after Captain James Cook 1728–79, the first European to discover the east coast of Australia in 1770.
Cook covers an area of approximately 164 sq km from Kurnell and Cronulla in the east to Kirrawee and Jannali in the west and from Botany Bay and Georges River in the north to Garie Beach in the south including that part of the Royal National Park to the east of the Princes Hwy, Farnell Ave, Audley Road and Hacking River. Suburbs include Bundeena, Burraneer, Caringbah, Cronulla, Dolans Bay, Grays Point, Gymea, Gymea Bay, Kangaroo Point, Kareela, Kirrawee, Kurnell, Lilli Pilli, Maianbar, Miranda, Oyster Bay, Sylvania, Sylvania Waters, Taren Point, Woolooware, Yowie Bay and parts of Como, Jannali and Sutherland.
Petroleum refineries at Kurnell, steel fabrication, pharmaceutical plant, boat building and oyster farming.
Please refer to the Parliament of Australia website
For supporting information, see Party Codes, Demographic Ratings and Seat Status.