Glen Waverley District

The 2020-21 redivision of State electoral boundaries created the new Glen Waverley District.

Region this district is in

This district is in the North-Eastern Metropolitan Region.

Facts and figures

  • Key boundary changes

    This new district is made up of most of the removed Forest Hill District.

    Glen Waverley District is made up of:

    • 27,205 voters from Forest Hill District (Vermont South; most of Burwood East and Forest Hill; parts of Blackburn South, Glen Waverley and Vermont)
    • 19,676 voters from Mount Waverley District (most of Glen Waverley)
    • 4,522 voters from Mulgrave District (part of Wheelers Hill).

    These changes officially come into effect on 1 November 2022.

  • Two-party-preferred analysis

    The tables below show two-party-preferred (2PP) results from the 2018 State election, based on the old and new electoral boundaries.

    Actual 2018 State election results by 2PP (Forest Hill District)

    Party Votes %
    ALP 17,066 48.9%
    Liberal 17,842 51.1%

    Estimated 2018 State election results by 2PP with new district boundaries

    Party Votes %
    ALP 21,961 49.1%
    Liberal 22,753 50.9%

    To estimate the 2018 votes on the new boundaries, we have allocated the votes from each voting centre according to where the new boundaries are.

  • Historical pattern
    Year Party
    1985-2002* Liberal

    * Glen Waverley District was removed in 2002 and created again in 2022.