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Australian House of Representatives Division
Division of Fraser 2010.png
Fraser, shown within ACT
(Jervis Bay Territory not shown)
Created: 1974
MP: Andrew Leigh
Party: Labor
Namesake: Jim Fraser
Electors: 123,647 (2010)
Area: 513 km² (198 sq mi)
Demographic: Inner Metropolitan

The Division of Fraser is an Australian Electoral Division in the Australian Capital Territory and the Jervis Bay Territory. It was set up in 1974 when the Division of Australian Capital Territory was changed. It is named for Jim Fraser, who was member for Australian Capital Territory 1951-70. It includes the area north of the Molonglo River and Lake Burley Griffin, Belconnen, Gungahlin, and North Canberra.[1] It also includes Jervis Bay Territory.


Member Party Term
  Ken Fry Labor 1974–1984
  John Langmore Labor 1984–1996
  Steve Dargavel Labor 1997–1998
  Bob McMullan Labor 1998–2010
  Andrew Leigh Labor 2010–present

Election results


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Coordinates: 35°14′10″S 149°06′40″E / 35.236°S 149.111°E / -35.236; 149.111