Parliaments and MPs
As citizens we have a duty to communicate with our parliamentarians and let them know our views.
Their role, as our¬†elected representatives,¬†is to represent us.
However, as an article called¬†Why Does Democracy Fail from¬†Compton's encyclopedia explains, they cannot represent US if we don't tell them what we think about¬†a particular issue. We have a responsibility to communicate with our MPs.
This section of the website gives details of MPs, Parliaments and electorates.
You can find your electorates, your state and federal MPs and more...
We endeavour to keep these pages up to date - but if you notice that a new political leader is in power (and we haven't updated the information), please let us know!
The various pages¬†are explained below - and the links are in the box on the left.
The 'Federal'¬†page has links for the Federal parliament and information about Members of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
There are pages¬†for all the¬†State and Territory parliaments - these have details about the MPs.
Who are my MPs?
People often ask us how they can find out what electorate they are in...
Just follow these steps to find out your federal and state electorates:
Type in your name and address. Click "Verify Enrolment" and your federal and state electorate details will be shown as well as your local government details.
Alternatively many of the state and federal parliament websites now have interactive pages that enable you to find out who your MPs are as well as your electorates...
Click here to visit the Australian Electoral Commission website for more information.
This page links to the¬†Prime Minister's¬†website. Includes¬†link to the 'Contact' page.
All the details for the State Premiers and the Chief Ministers for the Territories.
Details of State governors.
Name, description and contact details.
Details of the State and Federal Attorneys-General.