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Council divisions

Divisional boundary reviews

The Electoral Commission Queensland is reviewing the internal boundaries (divisions) of the Gold Coast City Council. The purpose of this review is to ensure each division of the Council has a similar number of voters (quota), so that each person's vote has the same value.

For more information visit the Electoral Commission Queensland website.

Find your Division using our City Plan's interactive mapping tool

To find your Council division:

  1. Follow the link to our City Plan interactive mapping page.
  2. Enter your address in the search field just below the map heading (do not enter unit numbers). Click on your property address as it pops up in the search to populate the field.
  3. The interactive map will then zoom to, and highlight, your property address.
  4. Click on your property and select the "View a City Plan property report" option.
  5. The relevant Council division will be displayed in the top section of the results for your property address.

Divisions by suburb

Find a listing of Divisions by suburb, including links to the respective Division's Councillor profile page, below:

Division maps

The following maps are presented as PDF (Portable Document Format) documents, which allows you to enlarge the map for finer detail.

To view the PDF, you will need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it free of charge from Adobe's website.

Division 1 (PDF 1.1mb)

Division 2 (PDF 447kb)

Division 3 (PDF 960kb)

Division 4 (PDF 444kb)

Division 5 (PDF 1mb)

Division 6 (PDF 485kb)

Division 7 (PDF 469kb)

Division 8 (PDF 479kb)

Division 9 (PDF 1mb)

Division 10 (PDF 51kb)

Division 11 (PDF 470kb)

Division 12 (PDF 492kb)

Division 13 (PDF 443kb)

Division 14 (PDF 977kb)


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