Voting on polling day

The majority of South Australian voters will vote at one of nearly 700 polling booths open around the state on polling day, 17 March 2018.

In order to vote, you must be enrolled by 12 noon on Friday 23 February. You cannot enrol on polling day itself.

On polling day, all polling booths will be open from 8.00am to 6.00pm.

You can vote at any polling booth in the state, however voting outside your electoral district may take longer because you will need to cast an absent ballot. 

The following tools can help you find what electoral district you live in and/or your nearest polling booths:

The Interactive Map allows you to find and explore the boundaries of your electoral district by searching your address, selecting your district manually, or clicking on Find my location. It also displays polling booth locations and allow you to view your nearest polling booths ordered by distance.

The Polling Booth Finder offers a list of addresses of the polling booths located in your suburb

The Digital EasyVote Card app includes a map of all polling booths and allows you to find the booth nearest to your current location.

Finally, in early March, everyone who doesn’t download the app will receive an EasyVote Card by post which lists the polling booths located in your electoral district. 

Every polling booth has been assessed for wheelchair accessibility. All information about polling booths below (and in Electoral Commission advertising) indicates whether a booth allows for full or assisted wheelchair access, or in a small number of cases, no wheelchair access at all.

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