Electoral Boundaries Commission

The Electoral Boundaries Commission (EBC) is an independent, neutral statutory body responsible for establishing and reviewing Victoria’s State electoral boundaries. The process of reviewing electoral boundaries is called a ‘redivision’.

We review electoral boundaries and regularly adjust them to make sure each electorate has about the same number of enrolled voters. This gives Victorians equal representation in Parliament.

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2020–21 State electoral boundary redivision

Victoria’s State electoral boundaries are being reviewed between December 2020 and October 2021. For more information and key dates, visit Current redivision.

Proposed boundaries

A report on the proposed electoral boundaries is now available.

View submissions

Stage two submissions closed at 5 pm on 30 July 2021.

Public hearings

Transcripts from the public hearings are available to read online.

About redivisions

Learn about electoral boundary redivisions and how decisions are made.

Redivision mailing list

Sign up to our mailing list for alerts and updates about the redivision.

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Federal boundary redistribution

A federal boundary redistribution is also currently underway in Victoria. This is a separate process conducted by the Australian Electoral Commission. For information about the federal boundary redistribution, visit the Australian Electoral Commission’s website.