2022–2026 electoral district map
Features of the district
This country district situated north-west of Adelaide incorporates the entire Yorke Peninsula area, as well as some rural areas immediately to the north and north-east of the top part of Gulf St Vincent. The district is steeped in agriculture and horticulture, predominately seeds, grains and sheep farming.
Approximately 11,624.3 km2
Narungga incorporates Yorke Peninsula Council, the District Council of Barunga West, Copper Coast Council, as well as portions of Wakefield Regional Council and Port Pirie Regional Council. It includes the towns of Ardrossan, Edithburgh, Kadina, Maitland, Marion Bay, Minlaton, Moonta, Snowtown, Port Wakefield and Wallaroo.
The district of Narungga was created at the 2016 redistribution and was contested for the first time in 2018. It replaced the former electoral district of Goyder.
Origin of the name
This district is named after, and is a commemoration of, the local Narungga Aboriginal people who are the Traditional Owners of the Yorke Peninsula. Narungga country extended southwards down the peninsula from a line running between the towns of Port Broughton and Port Wakefield. The meaning of the word ‘narungga’ is campsite.
Key boundary changes following the 2020 redistribution
Narungga gains a portion of Port Pirie Regional Council (incorporating the localities of Collinsfield, Koolunga and Redhill, and the remainder of the localities of Clements Gap and Mundoora) and a portion of Wakefield Regional Council (incorporating localities including Blyth, Brinkworth, Condowie, Stow and Whitwarta). Narungga loses a portion of Adelaide Plains Council (incorporating localities that include Dublin, Lower Light, Mallala, Thompson Beach and Windsor) and a portion of Wakefield Regional Council (incorporating the localities of Avon and Pinery and the remainder of Long Plains and Wild Horse Plains).
For full details see the 2020 Report of the Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission (PDF, 1.6MB)
Representation and results
|Fraser Ellis||LIB (2018–2021)/IND (2021–)||2018–present|
|James R. Ferguson||LCL||1970–1973|
|Raymond S. (Steele) Hall||LCL||1938–1958|
|Leslie D. (David) Boundy||LM/LIB||1962–1975|
|Edwin K.(Keith) Russack||IND LIB / LIB||1975–1993|
|Eric J. (John) Meier||LIB||1982–2006|
|Steven P. Griffiths||LIB||2006–2018|