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  HOLT
Federal House of Representatives
The information on this page was obtained from Australian Electoral Commission publications and the Australian Bureau of Statistics and was correct at February 2008.
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© Commonwealth of Australia (Australian Electoral Commission) 2001
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Current Member Anthony BYRNE
   
Current Party Australian Labor Party
   
Description Outer metropolitan
   
Location It covers an area extending in a strip from Lysterfield South in the north to Cranbourne in the south. The main suburbs include Cranbourne, Cranbourne North, Cranbourne West, Doveton, Endeavour Hills, Eummering, Hallam, Hampton Park, Lynbrook, Narre Warren South and parts of Berwick, Clyde, Clyde North, Cranbourne East, Lyndhurst, Lysterfield, Lysterfield south, Narre Warren and Narre Warren North.
   
Origin Holt was named after Harold Edward Holt (1903-67), Prime Minister 1966-67, who disappeared in 1967 while swimming off Portsea Beach. Holt was first proclaimed in 1968. The first election was held for the Division in 1968.
   
Products/Industries Light industry
   
State VIC
   
Area 145 sq kms (approx)
   
Population 161,344 as at 2006
   
Enrolled Electors 101,362 as at 30/11/07
   

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