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Current Member Arch BEVIS
Current Party Australian Labor Party
Description Inner Metropolitan
Location Brisbane covers the from Everton Park and Stafford in the north to the Brisbane River in the east and south and to Ferny Grove and Upper Kedron in the west. The main suburbs include Alderley, Ashgrove, Bowen Hills, Brisbane City, Enoggera, Ferny Grove, Fortitude Valley, Gaythorne, Grange, Herston, Kelvin Grove, Keperra, Milton, Mitchelton, New Farm, Newmarket, Newstead, Red Hill, Spring Hill, Upper Kedron, Wilston, Windsor and parts of Bardon, Everton Park, Paddington, Stafford.
Origin Brisbane was named after Sir Thomas Macdougall Brisbane, Governor of New South Wales from 1820 to 1825. Brisbane was first proclaimed in 1900. The first election was held for the Division in 1901.
Products/Industries The area is mostly residential but contains some light industry. It includes the Queensland Parliament House and Brisbane City Council Chambers. The Enoggera Military Camp and many Commonwealth Government, State Government and business administrative offices are found in the area.
State QLD
Area 76 sq kms (approx)
Population 133,321 as at 2006
Enrolled Electors 92,149 as at 30/11/07

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