Bayswater, Box Hill, Bulleen, Croydon, Eltham, Ferntree Gully, Forest Hill, Ivanhoe, Mount Waverley, Ringwood and Warrandyte.
Boronia, Box Hill, Croydon, Doncaster, Eltham, Ferntree Gully, Glen Waverley, Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, Mitcham, Nunawading and Ringwood.
Eastern Metropolitan Region is a
residential electorate. Features include the Blackburn Lake
Sanctuary, a number of recreation, sports and shopping areas,
the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Valley Parklands, reserves and gardens
and a number of private hospitals and retirement villages.
The Constitution (Parliamentary Reform)
Act 2003 changed the size and structure of the Legislative Council.
Previously, the Legislative Council comprised 44 members, elected
from 22 electoral provinces.
The Act provided that, from the
2006 State election, the Legislative Council would comprise
40 members, elected from eight electoral regions. Each region
having 5 elected members.
For the 2014 Election, the Eastern Metropolitan Region’s boundaries changed:
Areas lost (parts or all of these suburbs): Rowville, Scoresby, Kilsyth, Montrose, Balwyn North, Surrey Hills.
Areas gained (parts or all of these suburbs): Glen Waverley, Mount Waverley, Ivanhoe, Heidelberg, Warrandyte North, Wonga Park, Boronia, The Basin.