There are 8 electoral regions in Victoria.
Each region is made up of 11 districts.
Voters in a region elect 5 members of Parliament to represent them in Victoria's Legislative Council. The Legislative Council is also known as the Upper House.
The job of Upper House members is to review laws that are passed by Lower House members.
Electoral boundaries are changing
Victoria's electoral boundaries are going to change for November's State election. This means that you may be enrolled in and need to vote for a new district or region, even if your address has not changed.
These changes come into effect on Tuesday 1 November, but you can see the new boundaries now.
Search your address below. It's best if you enter a full address rather than a general suburb, because parts of some suburbs may be in different electorates.
Browse current regions
Select a region from the list below.
If you don't know which region you are in, you can check which boundaries cover where you live.