Caulfield District profile

Features of the District

Location:Caulfield District is a metropolitan electorate located approximately six kilometres south-east of Melbourne.
Area:17 square kilometres.
Suburbs:Balaclava, Caulfield, Caulfield East, Caulfield North, Caulfield South, Elsternwick, Gardenvale, Glen Huntly and Ripponlea. Parts of Ormond, St Kilda and St Kilda East.
Features:The District is a residential electorate. Features include the Caulfield Racecourse, Rippon Lea mansion, the Caulfield General Medical Centre and the Caulfield campus of Monash University.
Upper House
Region:
Southern Metropolitan Region

Candidates for this District are listed below in the order they will appear on the Lower House ballot paper.

Candidates
Contact details
SOUTHWICK, David
LIBERAL

Contact details:
David Southwick
Business Hours: (03) 9527 3866
david.southwick@parliament.vic.gov.au

GRASSO, Sorina
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY

Contact details:
Abby Pinskier
Mobile: 0416 536 847
abbypinskier@gmail.com

EVANS, Troy
ANIMAL JUSTICE PARTY

Contact details:
Magda Wozny
info@ajpvic.org.au

BAVATI, Aviya
SUSTAINABLE AUSTRALIA

Contact details:
Sustainable Australia (VIC)
vic@sustainableaustralia.org.au

MATHEW, Dinesh
AUSTRALIAN GREENS

Contact details:
Victorian Greens
Business Hours: (03) 9912 2992
dinesh.mathew@vic.greens.org.au

Registered how-to-vote cards for this District are listed below in registration date order.

By law, the VEC must register how-to-vote cards and display them on this website. Registered how-to-vote cards are also available for inspection at the VEC head office. How-to-vote cards must represent formal votes.

Registration number
How-to-vote card
Registration date (2018)
350
13 Nov
589
14 Nov
604
14 Nov
606
14 Nov
607
14 Nov
614
13 Nov
736
13 Nov
1105
15 Nov
1108
15 Nov
1110
15 Nov
1120
15 Nov
1123
15 Nov
1261
16 Nov
1262
16 Nov
1303
16 Nov
1306
16 Nov
1308
16 Nov
1309
16 Nov
1311
16 Nov
1318
16 Nov

David Southwick - Liberal (Parliament website , external link)

1927-30Australian Liberal
1930-43National/United Australia Party
1943-45Independent Socialist
1945-52Liberal/Liberal and Country Party
1952-55Electoral Reform League/Victorian Liberal
1955-77Liberal and Country Party /Liberal
1977-79Independent Liberal
1979-presentLiberal