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Division of Longman

Australian House of Representatives Division
Interactive map of boundaries
MPTerry Young
PartyLiberal National
NamesakeIrene Longman
Electors129,110 (2022)
Area1,237 km2 (477.6 sq mi)

The Division of Longman is an Australian electoral division in Queensland.


Irene Longman, the division's namesake

The division was first proclaimed in 1994. The division is named after Irene Longman, the first female member of the Parliament of Queensland and the third woman elected to a parliament in Australia.

Wyatt Roy, who represented the electorate between 2010 and 2016, was Australia's youngest ever parliamentarian elected at the time.[1]


Since 1984, federal electoral division boundaries in Australia have been determined at redistributions by a redistribution committee appointed by the Australian Electoral Commission. Redistributions occur for the boundaries of divisions in a particular state, and they occur every seven years, or sooner if a state's representation entitlement changes or when divisions of a state are malapportioned.[2]

Longman covers much of the City of Moreton Bay, including the former Caboolture Shire and some of the former Pine Rivers.

Its boundaries include Beachmere, Bribie Island, Burpengary, Dakabin, Donnybrook, Kallangur, Ningi, Toorbul, Caboolture, Caboolture South, Morayfield, Wamuran, Woodford and Narangba.


Image Member Party Term Notes
  Mal Brough
Liberal 2 March 1996
24 November 2007
Served as minister under Howard. Lost seat. Later elected to the Division of Fisher in 2013
  Jon Sullivan
Labor 24 November 2007
21 August 2010
Previously held the Legislative Assembly of Queensland seat of Caboolture. Lost seat
  Wyatt Roy
Liberal National 21 August 2010
2 July 2016
Lost seat. Was the youngest person ever elected to the House of Representatives
  Susan Lamb
Labor 2 July 2016
10 May 2018
Election results declared void due to dual citizenship. Subsequently re-elected. Lost seat
  28 July 2018
18 May 2019
  Terry Young
Liberal National 18 May 2019

Election results

2022 Australian federal election: Longman[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Terry Young 41,253 38.17 −0.42
Labor Rebecca Fanning 34,036 31.50 −2.60
One Nation Ross Taylor 8,917 8.25 −4.97
Greens Earl Snijders 7,814 7.23 +0.52
Legalise Cannabis Nigel Quinlan 6,025 5.58 +5.58
United Australia Stefanie Sutherland 5,949 5.51 +2.15
Animal Justice Paula Gilbard 2,060 1.91 +1.91
Liberal Democrats Jens Lipponer 2,011 1.86 +1.86
Total formal votes 108,065 95.01 +0.85
Informal votes 5,677 4.99 −0.85
Turnout 113,742 88.17 −3.99
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Terry Young 57,359 53.08 −0.20
Labor Rebecca Fanning 50,706 46.92 +0.20
Liberal National hold Swing −0.20
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Primary vote results in Longman (Parties that did not get 5% of the vote are omitted)
  Liberal National/Liberal
  One Nation
  Australian Democrats
  Palmer United/United Australia Party
  Legalise Cannabis
Graphs are unavailable due to technical issues. There is more info on Phabricator and on
Two-candidate-preferred results in Longman


  1. ^ Singer, Melissa; Mitchell, Alex (22 August 2010). "About a Roy: Wyatt set to be youngest ever MP". The Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 24 August 2010.
  2. ^ Muller, Damon (14 November 2017). "The process of federal redistributions: a quick guide". Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 19 April 2022.
  3. ^ Longman, QLD, 2022 Tally Room, Australian Electoral Commission.

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