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The information on this page was provided by the Tasmanian Electoral Office, the Tasmanian Parliamentary Library and the Australian Bureau of Statistics and was correct at March 2005
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Current Members Jim COX (Australian Labor Party)

Sue NAPIER (Liberal Party)

Kim BOOTH (Tasmanian Greens)

Peter GUTWEIN (Liberal Party)

Michelle O'BYRNE (Australian Labor Party)

Description Provincial
Location North-east Tasmania; it includes the city of Launceston and the centres of Bridport, George Town and Scottsdale. It also includes Flinders Island.
Origin The Division was named after Dr George Bass (1771-1803) an early settler and explorer. Bass was first proclaimed in 1903 - the first election was held for the Division in 1906.
Products/Industries Farming, fishing, textiles, aluminium and ferrous metals, wool, meat, woodchips, timber, boat building, port facilities, brewery, wine production, education and tourism.
State TAS
State Electorates Bass is co-extensive with the Federal electorate of the same name
Area 7,343 sq kms (approx)
Population 94,258 as at 2002
Enrolled Electors 65,147 as at 15/10/01

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