Electoral district of Maryborough
Electoral map of Maryborough 2017
|Area||4,419 km2 (1,706.2 sq mi)|
The district is centred on the regional city of Maryborough and takes in other surrounding communities.
In 1864, the Additional Members Act created six additional electoral districts, each returning 1 member:
The first elections in these six electorates were held in 1865 (that is, during a parliamentary term and not as part of a general election across Queensland). The nomination date for the election in Maryborough was 30 January 1865 and the election was held on 1 February 1865.
Between 1878 and 1912, the district elected two members, and then returned only a single member to the present time (2014).
Members for MaryboroughEdit
|Single member electorate (1865–1878 and 1912–present)|
|William Henry Walsh||Squatter conservative||1865–1873|
|Berkeley Basil Moreton||Independent Liberal||1873–1875||Dual member electorate (1878–1912)|
|John Douglas||Independent Liberal||1875–1880||Member 2||Party||Term|
|Henry Edward King||McIlwraith conservative||1878–1883|
|Henry Palmer||McIlwraith conservative||1880–1883|
|John Hurley||Unaligned||1883–1884||Richard Bingham Sheridan||Liberal Party||1883–1888|
|Charles Barton||Labor||1902–1902||John Norman||Labor||1902–1907|
|Edward Corser||Ministerialist||1909–1915||Charles Booker||Ministerialist||1909–1912|
|John Blackley||Country and Progressive National||1929–1932|
|John Kingston||One Nation||1998–1999|
|Anne Maddern||Liberal National||2012–2015|
|One Nation||James Hansen||9,546||30.4||+23.7|
|Liberal National||Richard Kingston||5,671||18.0||−13.7|
|Total formal votes||31,446||96.2||−1.8|
|One Nation||James Hansen||14,949||47.5||+47.5|
- "Local and General News". Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser. National Library of Australia. 19 January 1865. p. 3. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- "Representatives of Queensland State Electorates 1860-2012" (PDF). Queensland Parliament. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- 2017 State General Election - Maryborough - District Summary, ECQ.
- "Alphabetical Register of Members of the Legislative Assembly 1860-2012" (PDF). Parliament of Queensland. Archived from the original (PDF) on 31 October 2013.
- Waterson, Duncan Bruce: Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament 1860–1929 (second edition), Sydney 2001.
- Waterson, Duncan Bruce: Biographical register of the Queensland Parliament 1930–1980 w.an outline of Queensland electorates 1859–1980 / D.B. Waterson and John Arnold