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Phillip Pollard - Candidate for Barton

Phillip Pollard

One Nation

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Dimitri Honos - Candidate for Barton

Dimitri Honos

United Australia Party

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Michael O'Neill - IMOP - NSW Senate Candidate

Michael O'Neill

IMO Party


Marelle Burnum Burnum - IMOP - Senate Candidate

Marelle Burnum Burnum

IMO Party


Matthew Hopkins - GAP - NSW Senate Candidate

Matthew Hopkins

Great Australian Party


Selena Clancy - AVP - NSW Senate Candidate

Selena Clancy

Australian Values Party


Dave Gilbert - AVP - NSW Senate Candidate

Dave Gilbert

Australian Values Party


Julie Collins - NSW Senate Candidate

Julie Collins



Electorate Information

State/Territory:  New South Wales

Date Name & Boundary Gazetted: 25 February 2016

First Election This Name Was Used At: 1922 Federal Election

First Election This Boundary Was Used At: 2016 Federal Election

Name Derivation: Named in honour of the Rt Hon. Sir Edmund Barton GCMG KC, 1849–1920. Barton was an active member of the Constitutional Conventions that led to the Commonwealth of Australia, the first Prime Minister of Australia (1901–03), a Member of the House of Representatives (1901–03) and a Justice of the High Court (1903–20).

Square Area:  40 Sq Km

Location Description:  Barton covers an area from Canterbury Road, Sydenham Bankstown Railway and the Good Railway in the north, to the Illawarra Railway line, Jubilee Avenue, Princess Highway and President Avenue in the south, Kingsgrove Road, the M5 and King Georges Road in the west to Cooks River and Botany Bay in the east. The main suburbs include Bexley, Brighton-Le-Sands, Campsie (part), Canterbury (part), Carlton (part), Earlwood, Hurlstone Park (part), Hurstville, Kingsgrove (part), Kyemagh, Marrickville (part), Rockdale, Tempe and Wolli Creek.This description reflects local government areas in existence in 2015.

Demographic Rating:  Inner Metropolitan – situated in capital cities and consisting of well-established built-up suburbs.

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