New South Wales
Named after William Hughes 1862–1952, Prime Minister of Australia 1915–23.
Hughes covers an area of approximately 265 sq km from the Georges River in the north to Cabramatta Creek, Maxwells Creek, Hoxton Park Road, Terminus Street and the Georges River in the west. The Illawarra Railway line, Old Princes Highway, Princes Highway, Farnell Ave, Audley Road and Hacking River make up the eastern boundary, with the Sutherland and Liverpool Local Government areas providing the boundary to the south. The main suburbs include Alfords Point, Bangor, Barden Ridge, Bonnet Bay, Chipping Norton, Engadine, Hammondville, Heathcote, Holsworthy, Illawong, Jannali, Loftus, Lucas Heights, Menai, Moorebank, Warwick Farm, Wattle Grove, Woronora and parts of Como, Jannali, Liverpool, Sutherland and Waterfall.
Atomic reactor, light manufacturing industries, army base at Holsworthy.
Please refer to the Parliament of Australia website
For supporting information, see Party Codes, Demographic Ratings and Seat Status.