Local Government Elections – 19 March 2016 – Gold Coast, Division 1 – All you need to know

For the 2016 Local Government Quadrennial Elections you can only vote on polling day at polling booth allocated to your registered local government area. Polling booths are open from 8am to 6pm on polling day, Saturday 19th March.

Polling Booths in Division 1 – Gold Coast

Full Wheelchair Access
Norfolk Village (Norfolk Village State School) Halfway Drive, ORMEAU

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Ormeau (Ormeau State School) Mirambeena Drive, PIMPAMA

No Wheelchair Access
Ormeau Woods (Ormeau Woods State High School), 148 Goldmine Road, ORMEAU

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Pimpama (Pimpama State School), 9 Hotham Creek Road, PIMPAMA

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Alberton (St Peter’s Lutheran Hall) Alberton Road, ALBERTON

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Cedar Creek (Cedar Creek State School) Beaudesert-Beenleigh Road, CEDAR CREEK

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Coomera (Coomera State School) Beattie Road, COOMERA

Full Wheelchair Access
Coomera Springs (Coomera Springs State School) Old Coach Road, UPPER COOMERA

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Jacobs Well (Community Centre), 27 Bay Street, JACOBS WELL

Assisted Wheelchair Access
Upper Coomera (Highland Reserve State School) Reserve Road, UPPER COOMERA

Full Wheelchair Access
Upper Coomera North (Upper Coomera State College), 137 Reserve Road, UPPER COOMERA

Full Wheelchair Access
Woongoolba (Woongoolba State School) Stapylton-Jacobs Well Road, WOONGOOLBA

MAYOR CANDIDATES

WILSON, Jim
ABBOTT, John
TATE, Tom
TOLAND, Penny
MIDDLETON, Andrew
LAMBERT, Brett

Division 1 Councillor
GATES, Donna

Congratulations to Councillor Donna Gates who has been automatically re-elected for the next term as a result of no competing candidates.

ABSENTEE / PRE-POLL VOTING LOCATIONS
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2016 STATE REFERENDUM

As part of the Local Government voting day you will also be asked to participate in the State Referendum. A referendum is held when the Government wishes to change the State Constitution and is required to seek the approval of Queensland electors.

The Commission is required to publish a statement of arguments in favour of or against the question to be posed to electors at the 2016 State Referendum. These arguments have been authorised by the majority of Parliamentary members who voted for and against the Bill.

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