The Bendigo Electorate

Bendigo is made up of a diverse collection of small villages like Newstead and Newbridge; beautiful towns like Woodend, Castlemaine, Heathcote and Kyneton; and the regional city of Bendigo.

It is a vibrant region with a proud history and exciting future.

The division of Bendigo was created in 1901 at Federation. It covers an area of approximately 6255 square kilometres and provides the southern gateway to the Murray Darling basin.

Lisa Chesters is the 16th person, and first woman, to be elected to represent the seat of Bendigo.

Former members of Parliament include the Honourable John Arthur,  the Honourable David Kennedy and former Victorian premier, the Honourable John Brumby.

Bendigo shares boundaries with the division of Murray to the north, Wannon to the west, Ballarat to the south and McEwen to the east.

 

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State Members of Parliament

Jacinta Allan, Member for Bendigo East

Maree Edwards, Member for Bendigo West

Mary-Anne Thomas, Member for Macedon

 

Councils

City of Greater Bendigo Council

Macedon Ranges Shire Council

Mount Alexander Shire Council

Loddon Shire Council