State electoral boundaries

In South Australia there is one Legislative Council district (the entire state) and forty-seven House of Assembly districts.

Following each state election, a boundary review is conducted by the Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission. In 2016, the boundary review led to changes to the boundaries of 46 of the 47 House of Assembly electoral districts. These changes mean that around 400,000 or one third of all South Australian electors have moved district, and a further 81,000 electors have not moved but find themselves living in a different electoral district as a result of name changes to 7 districts. These changes will officially take effect on election day, 17 March 2018. Until that date, your current Member of Parliament continues to be your representative in the House of Assembly.

Electoral Commission SA is currently working on a new interactive map which will allow users to easily search and view their new and current electoral districts, as well as find their nearest polling booths.

In the meantime, Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission maps of the new electoral districts can be viewed and downloaded below. If you are unsure which electoral district you live in, or if you would like assistance in finding your electoral district, please contact us on: 1300 655 232.

State wide and metropolitan maps, 2018-2022 boundaries

Metropolitan region map 2018 (PDF 438 kB)
Outer metropolitan region map 2018 (PDF 518 kB)
State wide map 2018 (PDF 374 kB)

Individual district maps, 2018-2022 boundaries

Adelaide (PDF 676 kB)
Badcoe (PDF 647 kB)
Black (PDF 852 kB)
Bragg (PDF  866 kB)
Chaffey (PDF 1.12 MB)
Cheltenham (PDF 536 kB)
Colton (PDF 637 kB)
Croydon (PDF 485 kB)
Davenport (PDF 1.2 MB)
Dunstan (PDF 603 kB)
Elder (PDF 622 kB)
Elizabeth (PDF 783 kB)
Enfield (PDF 694 kB)
Finniss (PDF 1.15 MB)
Flinders (PDF 1.05 MB)
Florey (PDF 822 kB)
Frome (PDF 1.05 MB)
Gibson (PDF 546 kB)
Giles (PDF 1.44 MB)
Hammond (PDF 1.18 MB)
Hartley (PDF 600 kB)
Heysen (PDF 2.89 MB)
Hurtle Vale (PDF 559 kB)
Kaurna (PDF 745 kB)
Kavel (PDF 1.34 MB)
King (PDF 1.85 MB)
Lee (PDF 524 kB)
Light (PDF 1.03 MB)
MacKillop (PDF 1.04 MB)
Mawson (PDF 950 kB)
Morialta (PDF 2.09 MB)
Morphett (PDF 534 kB)
Mount Gambier (PDF 317 kB)
Narungga (PDF 2.20 MB)
Newland (PDF 1.69 MB)
Playford (PDF 949 kB)
Port Adelaide (PDF 1.13 MB)
Ramsay (PDF 835 kB)
Reynell (PDF 689 kB)
Schubert (PDF 1.41 MB)
Stuart(PDF 2.15 MB)
Taylor (PDF 1.33 MB)
Torrens (PDF 779 kB)
Unley (PDF 851 kB)
Waite (PDF 1.15 MB)
West Torrens (PDF 647 kB)
Wright (PDF 1.17 MB)

These electoral boundaries are also available on Location SA Map Viewer. This is a free application that allows you to search and display a range of government spatial data on a road or satellite base map. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data is available on Location SA Map Viewer through the 'Datasets' tab on the right hand side of the page. You will need GIS software to view and manipulate the datasets.

State wide and metropolitan maps, 2014-2018 boundaries

Metropolitan districts map (PDF 5.32 MB)
Country districts map (PDF 2.61 MB)

Individual district maps and profiles, 2014-2018 boundaries

Adelaide 
Ashford 
Bragg 
Bright 
Chaffey 
Cheltenham 
Colton 
Croydon 
Davenport*
Dunstan 
Elder 
Enfield 
Finniss 
Fisher*
Flinders 
Florey 
Frome 
Giles 
Goyder 
Hammond 
Hartley 
Heysen 
Kaurna 
Kavel 
Lee 
Light 
Little Para 
MacKillop 
Mawson 
Mitchell 
Morialta 
Morphett 
Mount Gambier 
Napier 
Newland 
Playford 
Port Adelaide 
Ramsay 
Reynell 
Schubert 
Stuart 
Taylor
Torrens 
Unley 
Waite 
West Torrens 
Wright 

 *Profile updated due to by-election.

These electoral boundaries are also available on Location SA Map Viewer. This is a free application that allows you to search and display a range of government spatial data on a road or satellite base map. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data is available on Location SA Map Viewer through the 'Datasets' tab on the right hand side of the page. You will need GIS software to view and manipulate the datasets.