Information on this page relates to the old (2004) electoral boundaries. New electoral boundaries take effect from the 2015 NSW State Election – please see the Monaro 2015 page for updated details.

From Lake George in the north to the Victoria border in the south; and from Charlotte Pass in the west to Monga National Park in the east (inclusive of all islands lying off the coast of the district).

Map of Monaro

Geographic information

Electoral district maps


20,578 square kilometres


2546, 2550, 2580, 2619, 2620, 2621, 2622, 2623, 2624, 2625, 2626, 2627, 2628, 2629, 2630, 2631, 2632, 2633

Local Government Areas within district

Bombala, Cooma-Monaro, Greater Queanbeyan, Snowy River and parts of Bega Valley, Palerang and Yass Valley.


Adaminaby, Ando, Araluen, Bemboka, Berridale, Berridale, Bibbenluke, Bombala, Braidwood, Bredbo, Bungendore, Bunyan, Byong, Captains Flat, Cathcart, Charleyong, Charlotte Pass, Cooma, Corrowong, Countegany, Dalgety, Delegate, Eucumbene, Guthega, Hoskinstown, Ingebirah, Island Bend, Jerangle, Jimenbuen,  Jindabyne, Kiandra, Maffra, Majors Creek, Michelago, Mila, Monga, Mongarlowe, Nerriga, Nimmitabel, Numbla Vale, Numeralla, Oallen Ford, Old Adaminaby, Peakview, Perisher Valley, Queanbeyan, Rockton, Sawpit Creek, Shannons Flat, Smiggin Holes, Sutton, Thredbo, Togganoggera.

This list is indicative only.

Demographic information

ABS 2006 Census electorate quick stats including

  • Age
  • Country of Birth
  • Main Language Spoken at Home
  • Religious Affiliation
  • Marital Status
  • Labour Force
  • Employment
  • Income
  • Family Characteristics
  • Dwelling Characteristics
  • Household Composition
  • Landlord Type

Demographic Rating


Enrolment Statistics

District Enrolment

Election results

2007 State Election results
2011 State Election results

Recent History

2003 – Present (John) Giovanni Dominic BARILARO National Party
2003 – 2011 Steve WHAN Australian Labor Party
1999 – 2003 Peter William WEBB National Party
1988 – 1998 Peter Lachlan COCHRAN National Party