New South Wales
Named after Gregory Blaxland 1778–1853, an early Australian explorer of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales.
Blaxland covers an area of approximately 54 sq km from Villawood and the George's River in the west to Strathfield South and Wiley Park in the east, Chester Hill and Chullora in the north to Canterbury and Milperra Roads in the south. The main suburbs include Bankstown, Bass Hill, Birrong, Chester Hill, Chullora, Condell Park, Georges Hall, Greenacre, Landsdowne, Mt. Lewis, Punchbowl, Sefton, Strathfield South, Villawood, Wiley Park and Yagoona.
Railway workshops, aircraft repairs, transport and storage industries.
See the Parliament of Australia website
For supporting information, see Party Codes, Demographic Ratings and Seat Status.