Electoral district of Kaurna
Kaurna is a single-member electoral district for the South Australian House of Assembly. Named after the Kaurna aboriginal tribe which originally inhabited the Adelaide plains, it is a 44.7 km² semi-urban electorate on Adelaide's far-southern beaches, taking in the suburbs of Hackham, Huntfield Heights, Maslin Beach, Moana, Noarlunga Downs, Old Noarlunga, Port Noarlunga South, Seaford, Seaford Heights, Seaford Meadows and Seaford Rise, as well as part of Onkaparinga Hills. It is one of only two state districts named after South Australia's indigenous people (the other being the electoral district of Narungga).
South Australia—House of Assembly
|Party||Australian Labor Party (SA)|
|Area||44.69 km2 (17.3 sq mi)|
|Electoral District map|
Replacing the abolished seat of Baudin, Kaurna was created in the 1991 electoral distribution as a marginal Labor seat. It was first contested at the 1993 election, where it was won by Liberal candidate Lorraine Rosenberg as part of a large swing throughout the state. However, she was swept away at the 1997 election, with John Hill reclaiming the seat for Labor. For most of the time since then, it has been a fairly safe to safe Labor seat, as its predecessor Baudin had been for most of its existence.
Members for KaurnaEdit
|Total formal votes||22,862||95.7||−0.9|
- Electoral District of Kaurna (Map). Electoral Commission of South Australia. 2018. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
- State Election Results - District Results for Kaurna, ECSA.