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Logan electorate boundary redrawn as population booms…

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Here is a quick guide to the proposed changes for March election in Logan city.


Currently, this division takes in Rochedale South, Underwood, Priestdale, a part of Springwood, Daisy Hill Conservation Park, and part of Daisy Hill.

Under the proposed changes, it will lose Underwood to Division 3 and most of Daisy Hill, except for a bit west of John Paul Dve. It will gain all of Springwood.

At the March election, if the proposals are adopted, Division 1 will have 16,603 voters, 4.49 per cent above average. It is estimated to have 17,009 voters by 2024 which would be 2.81 per cent below average.


Currently, this division takes in Kuraby, Slacks Creek, Woodridge, Logan Central, part of Woodridge Park, Kingston, Gould Adams Park, south to Scrubby Creek.

Under the proposed changes, Division 2, will gain all of Kingston and the area east on Queens Rd and along Scrubby Creek. It will lose Loganlea to Division 6. The proposed Division 2 will have 17,237 voters at the March election which will be 8.48 per cent above the average division size and is predicted to have 17,854 voters for he 2024 election, which would be 2.02 per cent above the average electorate.


Currently, Division 3 takes in Springwood, Meakin Park, Slacks Creek and Tanah Merah

Under the proposal, it will lose Springwood, Loganholme, Tanah Merah and Kingston and gain Daisy Hill and Shailer Park.

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