Electoral district of Bassendean
Western Australia—Legislative Assembly
Location of Bassendean (dark green) in the Perth metropolitan area
|Area||24 km2 (9.3 sq mi)|
Bassendean is a compact electorate situated east of the Perth CBD. The district is bordered to the south by Swan River, to the east by the Tonkin Highway and Beechboro Road North, to the north by the Reid Highway and to the west by Lord Street. It includes the suburbs of Bassendean, Ashfield, Eden Hill, Kiara, Lockridge, as well as parts of Beechboro, Bayswater, Embleton and Morley.
Bassendean was first contested at the 1996 state election. The seat was won by Labor candidate Clive Brown, previously the member for Morley, which had been abolished. Brown was succeeded at the 2005 state election by Martin Whitely, previously member for the abolished Roleystone. Whitely retired at the 2013 election and was succeeded by union official Dave Kelly.
Members for BassendeanEdit
|Micro Business||Graeme Martin||680||3.0||+3.0|
|Total formal votes||22,342||93.9||+2.1|
- Bassendean District Profile and Results, 2017 State General Election, WAEC.