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 Tamworth 2013 page for updated details.
From the Mount Kaputar National Park in the north to Ben Halls Gap National Park in the south; and from Tambar Springs in the west to Niangala in the east.
Electoral district maps
16,416 square kilometres
2340, 2341, 2342, 2343, 2344, 2345, 2346, 2347, 2352, 2353, 2354, 2355, 2359, 2379, 2380, 2381, 2382, 2388, 2390
Local Government Areas within district
Gunnedah and parts of Liverpool Plains, Narrabri, Tamworth Regional and Warrumbungle.
Attunga, Barraba, Bective, Bendemeer, Boggabri, Bowling Alley Point, Breeza, Carroll, Crow Mountain, Curlewis, Currabubula, Dungowan, Duri, Emerald Hill, Hanging Rock, Gunnedah, Kelvin, Klori, Kootingal, Longford, Loomberah, Manilla, Moonbi, Moore, Mullaley, Mundowey, Nemingha, Niangala, Nundle, Piallamore, Piallaway, Somerton, Tambar Springs, Tamworth, Upper Manilla, Watsons Creek, Weabonga, Werris Creek, Westdale, Woolomin.
This list is indicative only.
ABS 2006 Census electorate quick stats including
- Country of Birth
- Main Language Spoken at Home
- Religious Affiliation
- Marital Status
- Labour Force
- Family Characteristics
- Dwelling Characteristics
- Household Composition
- Landlord Type
|2011 – Present||Kevin John ANDERSON||National Party|
|2003 – 2011||Peter Ross DRAPER||Independent|
|2001 – 2003||John Douglas CULL||National Party|
|1991 – 2001||Antony Harold Curties WINDSOR||-|