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OUR ELECTORATE

A great place to live

Epping is located approximately 20 kilometres north-west of the Sydney CBD. It is a predominantly residential area, popular with families who have a strong community spirit and take great pride in their home and Australia.

The electorate

The electorate runs from Epping, Eastwood, North Epping and Carlingford in the south through Cheltenham and Beecroft to Cherrybrook and Dural in the north, also taking in parts of Pennant Hills, West Pennant Hills and Castle Hill.

Epping has a population of approximately 73,000 with around 55,000 registered voters.

The seat was created in 1999 after a redistribution of electoral boundaries and covers 31.7 square kilometres.

NSW Electoral Commission

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More information

A number of historical, civic and resident interest groups exist within the Epping electorate including the Epping Civic Trust, Cherrybrook Residents Association and the Beecroft-Cheltenham History Group. Please see below for their respective links.

Epping Civic Trust

Beecroft-Cheltenham History Group

Cherrybrook Residents Association

Brief history of Epping (Hornsby Council)

Around the Electorate

The People

Local News Snapshot

Remembrance Day Services to go ahead in Epping

Remembrance Day Services to go ahead in Epping

Groups of up to 100 people will be able to gather for Remembrance Day services in Epping after the approval of a one-off exemption from COVID-19 restrictions. “Remembrance Day is a major event for...

Funding certainty continues for schools in Epping

Funding certainty continues for schools in Epping

Students at Epping public schools will benefit from the funding certainty delivered in their school budget allocations for next year. Member for Epping Dominic Perrottet said the allocations are...

Big boost for first home buyers as stamp duty slashed

Big boost for first home buyers as stamp duty slashed

First home buyers and the construction industry will be the big winners under a targeted boost, which will eliminate stamp duty on newly-built homes below $800,000 and slash thousands of dollars for properties up to $1 million.

Local Speeches Snapshot

Community Recognition Statement – HSC Students

Community Recognition Statement – HSC Students

Today I would like to recognise all Year 12 students in my electorate as they prepare for their HSC exams. These young students have worked very hard under extraordinary circumstances and I want to...

Community Recognition Statement – Jordan Thompson

Community Recognition Statement – Jordan Thompson

Today I wish to praise the exceptional sporting achievements of Cherrybrook local and tennis star Jordan Thompson. Jordan started playing tennis at the age of four under the guidance of his parents,...

Community Recognition Statements – Anne Parfett

Community Recognition Statements – Anne Parfett

Today, I would like to recognise the outstanding contribution made by one of my constituents, Anne Parfett, to public education in New South Wales and Australia. Anne has been a highly skilled...