Step 4. Proposed report and objections to the proposed redistribution – Queensland federal redistribution

Updated: 29 September 2017

Steps in the redistribution

The Redistribution Committee’s proposed redistribution of federal electoral divisions in Queensland was released on Friday 29 September 2017.

Members of the public are invited to submit written objections to the proposed redistribution from Friday 29 September 2017.

Report of Queensland Redistribution Committee

This material can also be inspected at AEC offices in Queensland.

Guidance for those objecting to the proposed redistribution of Queensland

Guidelines are available to help with your submission.  Those making submissions are recommended to look at:

Objections may concern one or more proposed electoral divisions and may be about:

  • names of proposed electoral divisions,
  • boundaries of proposed electoral divisions, or
  • the names and boundaries of proposed electoral divisions.

In developing an objection about the names of proposed electoral divisions, members of the public may find it helpful to consider:

In developing an objection about the boundaries of a proposed electoral division, members of the public may find it helpful to consider:

Making an objection

Objections must be received by the Electoral Commission by 6pm Friday 27 October 2017 (AEST) to allow them to be considered.

Submit Objection

Objections will be published to this page from Monday 30 October 2017.