Division of Hasluck
Australian House of Representatives Division
|Namesake||Sir Paul Hasluck and Dame Alexandra Hasluck|
|Area||1,192 km2 (460.2 sq mi)|
The division was proclaimed at a redistribution of Western Australia's electoral divisions on 20 November 2000, and first contested at the 2001 federal election. The eponyms of the division are Sir Paul Hasluck, the member for the Division of Curtin in the House of Representatives from 1949 to 1969 and subsequently the Governor-General of Australia from 1969 to 1974, and his wife, Dame Alexandra Hasluck, an author.
Hasluck is a marginal seat and changed hands between the Labor Party and Liberal Party at the first four elections it was contested. At the 2013 federal election there was a swing towards the incumbent Liberal member Ken Wyatt, breaking this pattern. Wyatt is the first Indigenous Australian member of the House of Representatives.
From its creation at the 2001 election to the 2013 election, the Division of Hasluck was a north-south arc across Perth's eastern suburbs from Southern River/Gosnells (in the City of Gosnells) in the south to Caversham/Midland (in the City of Swan) in the north. It also incorporated the more urbanised western parts of what was then the Shire of Kalamunda, such as Forrestfield and Kalamunda, and the Shire of Mundaring.
In the redistribution prior to the 2016 election, the Division of Hasluck ceded its portion of the City of Gosnells south of the Canning River to the newly created Division of Burt and the suburb of High Wycombe to the Division of Swan, among other changes. In turn, it gained most of the less urbanised areas of what was then the Shire of Kalamunda, the remainder of the Shire of Mundaring and further territory in the City of Swan from the Division of Pearce. As a result of adding in more rural and semi-rural areas, the area of the Division of Hasluck increased from 245 km2 to 1,192 km2.
On its current (2016) boundaries, the Division of Hasluck includes the following suburbs:
|City of Swan||Shire of Mundaring||City of Kalamunda||City of Gosnells|
|Labor||10 November 2001 –
9 October 2004
|Liberal||9 October 2004 –
24 November 2007
|Labor||24 November 2007 –
21 August 2010
|Liberal||21 August 2010 –
|Served as minister under Turnbull. Incumbent. Currently a minister under Morrison|
|One Nation||Tim Orr||4,445||5.28||+5.28|
|Shooters, Fishers, Farmers||Fiona White-Hartig||2,441||2.90||+2.90|
|United Australia||Mike Dale||1,929||2.29||+2.29|
|Western Australia||Stephen Phelan||1,546||1.84||+1.84|
|Total formal votes||84,218||94.52||−1.44|
- "2000 Redistribution of Western Australia - Final Report". 2000 Redistribution of Western Australia - Final Report. Australian Electoral Commission. 20 November 2000. Retrieved 2 April 2013.
- "Australian Electoral Commission - Profile of the Division of Curtin".
- "Restribution of Western Australia into Electoral Divisions - January 2016" (PDF). Australian Electoral Commission.
- "Profile of the electoral division of Hasluck (WA)". Australian Electoral Commission. Retrieved 24 April 2016.
- Hasluck, WA, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
- Division of Hasluck - Australian Electoral Commission
- Hasluck - ABC Australia Votes 2013
- Hasluck - Election Blog