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What’s your state electorate? Check as boundaries have changed

The New South Wales state election is on March 25 and boundaries for electorates within the suburbs where the South Sydney Herald is distributed have changed.

The maps and links below for the Sydney, Newtown, Heffron and Balmain districts can help you check which electorate you’re now in. Links to postal voting and early voting options are also listed below.

Our coverage of candidate profiles and platforms will appear in our March issue in print on March 7.

Sydney district

See also: Sydney district high resolution map (2MB) and Sydney district low resolution map (PDF 0.4MB)


Newtown district
(Note – if you live in Surry Hills, you are no longer in this electorate)

See also: Newtown district high resolution map (0.6MB) and Newtown district low resolution map (PDF 0.5MB)


Heffron district

See also: Heffron district high resolution map (10.6MB) and Heffron district low resolution map (PDF 0.4MB)


Balmain district

See also: Balmain district high resolution map (5.3MB) and Balmain district low resolution map (PDF 0.8MB)


Postal voting

Opens on January 16, 2023 – see

Early voting

Opens on March 18, 2023 – see

Other key dates

For more key election dates see



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