Electoral division of Apsley
|State or territory:||Tasmania|
|Electors:||23,492 (October 2010)|
|Area:||19,204 km² (7,415 sq mi)|
The total area of the Apsley division is 19,204 km² . The electorate created in 1999 is named after the Apsley River and the Douglas-Apsley National Park. These were named by William Lyne in honour of Lord Apsley, earl of Bathurst.
As of October 2010, there were 22,593 enrolled voters in Apsley. The current member in the legislative council is Tania Rattray-Wagner who was elected in 2004 and re-elected unopposed in 2010. Members serve six-year terms, before facing re-election: the next election in Apsley is due in 2016.
Towns within the division include: Pipers River, Scottsdale, Evandale, Swansea, Derby, Lilydale, Bridport, Campbell Town, Colebrook, St Helens, Branxholm, Avoca, Fingal, Bicheno, Bagdad, Bellingham, Tomahawk, Ross, St Marys, Rossarden and many others .
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