Electoral district of Dunstan

Liberal Party of Australia (South Australian Division) Steven Marshall Electoral district of Bragg

South AustraliaHouse of Assembly
Map of Adelaide, South Australia with electoral district of Dunstan highlighted
Electoral district of Dunstan (green) in the Greater Adelaide area
StateSouth Australia
MPSteven Marshall
PartyLiberal Party of Australia (SA)
NamesakeDon Dunstan
Electors25,411 (2018)
Area15.15 km2 (5.8 sq mi)
Coordinates34°54′39″S 138°38′8″E / 34.91083°S 138.63556°E / -34.91083; 138.63556Coordinates: 34°54′39″S 138°38′8″E / 34.91083°S 138.63556°E / -34.91083; 138.63556
Electorates around Dunstan:
Adelaide Torrens Hartley
Adelaide Dunstan Hartley
Unley Unley Bragg
Electoral District map[1]

Dunstan is a single-member electoral district for the South Australian House of Assembly, covering the inner eastern suburbs of College Park, Dulwich, Evandale, Felixstow, Firle, Glynde, Hackney, Joslin, Marden, Maylands, Norwood, Payneham, Payneham South, Rose Park, Royston Park, St Morris, St Peters, Stepney, and Trinity Gardens.

The electorate was created in the 2012 redistribution of electoral boundaries. It was essentially a reconfigured version of Norwood, with the electoral boundaries remaining unchanged. It is named after the 35th Premier of South Australia, Don Dunstan, who represented Norwood for Labor from 1953 to 1979. The 2010 election was the first time that Labor was in government without holding Norwood.

Following the 2016 redistribution, the cityside suburbs of Rose Park and Dulwich, previously in Bragg, were added to Dunstan.

Liberal MP Steven Marshall, the last member for Norwood, successfully transferred to Dunstan at the 2014 state election while serving as Leader of the Opposition. He was reelected with a healthy swing in 2018, becoming Premier.

Members for Dunstan

Member Party Term
  Steven Marshall Liberal 2014–present

Election results

2018 South Australian state election: Dunstan[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Steven Marshall 10,517 47.0 −3.4
Labor Matt Loader 6,514 29.1 −6.6
SA-Best Jack Noonan 2,901 13.0 +13.0
Greens Harriet De Kok 1,892 8.4 −2.7
Dignity Ben Wilson 571 2.5 +0.4
Total formal votes 22,395 97.4 −0.4
Informal votes 599 2.6 +0.4
Turnout 22,994 90.5 +1.1
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Steven Marshall 12,566 56.1 +2.5
Labor Matt Loader 9,829 43.9 −2.5
Liberal hold Swing +2.5

See also


  1. ^ Electoral District of Dunstan (Map). Electoral Commission of South Australia. 2018. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  2. ^ State Election Results - District Results for Dunstan, ECSA.