The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has recently changed the boundaries for the Casey electorate.
Casey has increased in size and now includes all of the Dandenong Ranges. Its boundaries largely mirror those of the Yarra Ranges Council.
The Casey electorate includes the following communities:
Badger Creek, Beenak, Belgrave, Belgrave Heights, Belgrave South, Big Pats Creek, Chirnside Park, Chum Creek, Clematis (part), Coldstream, Dixons Creek, Don Valley, East Warburton, Emerald (part), Ferny Creek, Gilderoy, Gladysdale, Gruyere, Healesville, Hoddles Creek, Kallista, Kalorama, Kilsyth (part), Launching Place, Lilydale, Lysterfield (part), Macclesfield, Matlock, McMahons Creek, Menzies Creek, Millgrove, Monbulk, Montrose, Mooroolbark, Mount Dandenong, Mount Evelyn, Mount Toolebewong, Narre Warren East, Olinda, Powelltown, Reefton, Sassafras, Selby, Seville, Seville East, Sherbrooke, Silvan, Steels Creek, Tarrawarra, The Patch, Three Bridges, Tecoma, Toolangi, Tremont, Upwey, Upper Ferntree Gully (part), Wandin North, Wandin East, Warburton, Wesburn, Woori Yallock, Yarra Glen, Yarra Junction, Yellingbo and Yering.
Click here to see a larger map of the Casey Electorate.
Other Victorian electorates have also had changes to their boundaries; these take effect at the next Federal election.
In recent days I have written to all of the new residents to advise them of the changes and to welcome them to Casey. Click here to read more about the electorate.
If you wish to clarify your electoral enrolment, you can contact the AEC on 13 23 26 or via http://www.aec.gov.au/.