Division of O'Connor
The Division of O'Connor is an Australian electoral division in the state of Western Australia. It is one of Western Australia's three rural seats. It is named after C. Y. O'Connor, the Engineer-in-Chief of Western Australia who designed Fremantle Harbour and the Goldfields Pipeline. It was set up for the 1980 election.
Australian House of Representatives Division
|Namesake||Charles Yelverton O'Connor|
|Area||908,954 km2 (350,949.1 sq mi)|
There were large changes to the area covered by O'Connor for the 2010 election. The northern half was added to the new seat of Durack. The boundary for the division moved to the east, including most of the south part of the former Division of Kalgoorlie. It now includes the cities of Albany and Kalgoorlie, and the regional towns of Bridgetown, Denmark, Esperance, Kojonup, Laverton, Leonora, Manjimup, Mount Barker, Ravensthorpe, Southern Cross, Wagin and Warburton.
|Tony Crook||WA Nationals||2010–2013|
- "Profile of the electoral division of O'Connor (WA)". Australian Electoral Commission. 2014. Retrieved 20 October 2014.
- Division of O'Connor - Australian Electoral Commission
- Rick Wilson's website Archived 2015-03-04 at the Wayback Machine