Electoral district of Geraldton (Legislative Council)
Geraldton was an electoral district of the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1870 to 1890, during the period when the Legislative Council was the sole chamber of the Parliament of Western Australia.
Western Australia—Legislative Council
Geraldton was one of the original ten Legislative Council districts created by the Legislative Council Act 1870 (33 Vict, No. 13). The district's initial boundary ran east from the mouth of the Greenough River to Wizard Peak (in Moonyoonooka), then to the Irwin River and finally due east to the border with South Australia. It took in all of what is now considered North West Australia (including the Gascoyne, Kimberley, and Pilbara regions), as well as most of the Mid West. After the passage of the Legislative Council Act Amendment Act 1873 (37 Vict. No. 22), the district's boundaries were altered, with all of its territory above the 27th parallel south transferred to the new North District.
|Edward Vivien Harvey Keane||None||1886–1889|