Please note that the AEC cannot accept any other forms of identification, such as 18+ or Proof of Age cards.
It is compulsory by law for all eligible Australian citizens to enrol and vote in federal elections, by-elections and referendums.
Contact details: Electoral Services: 023 8028 5445Email : [email protected] Fax: 023 8028 5543We deal with two main areas -1. The administration of the following elections: Information about election results and statistics across the United Kingdom can be found on many different web sites.
Updating electoral roll information
If you change your name, you must update your enrolment with your new details or you could be removed from the electoral roll and you will be unable to vote.
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An electoral district is an area of a given size and population that is represented by a seat in the House of Assembly.
The number of electors in each electoral district grows at different rates due to differences in population and housing growth.
This means boundaries need to be redistributed or redrawn from time to time so all districts have a similar number of electors.
The Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission is appointed under the The Electoral Commission SA writes to all electors before each State election to advise them of the election and the electoral district they are enrolled in.
For maps and profiles of the current boundaries visit State electoral boundaries.
To enrol for the first time or get back on the roll, you can enrol online.