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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 September 2002.
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Current Members Cassy O'CONNOR (Australian Greens)

Graeme STURGES (Labor Party)

Michael HODGMAN (Liberal Party)

David John BARTLETT (Australian Labor Party)

Lisa SINGH (Australian Labor Party)

Description Inner metropolitan
Location It includes the city of Hobart, and the centres of Austins Ferry, Claremont, Collinsvale, Glenorchy, Glenlusk, Mt Nelson, New Town, Rosetta, Sandy Bay and Taroona
Origin The Division was named after Sir William Thomas Denison (1804-71), Lt. Governor of Tasmania from 1847-1855 and Governor of NSW from 1855-1861, before moving to India in 1861. Denison was first proclaimed in 1903 - the first election was held for the Division in 1906
Products/Industries Commercial and retail industries, shipbuilding, chocolate and confectionery, breweries, fruit juices, zinc, steel mesh and rods, hand tools, food and timber processing, heavy transport, wholesale trade, engineering works, glass products and port facilities.
State TAS
State Electorates Denison is co-extensive with the Tasmanian Federal electorate of the same name
Area 221 sq kms (approx)
Population 92,978 as at 2002
Enrolled Electors 67,278 as at 15/10/01

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