Electoral registers (also known as electoral rolls) list everyone who is eligible to vote in parliamentary and local elections.
Web Sites for Genealogists. Census Records and Electoral Rolls - Australia CoraWeb - helping you trace your family history See also Ireland Census Records, Scotland Census Records and United Kingdom Census Records
The Electoral Council of Australia website, the consultative council between the AEC and state and territory electoral authorities
Start a family tree, browse census records and more online at Ancestry.com.au. Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 [database on-line].
Australia electoral rolls, 1903-1980 with over 68 million records
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Rolls 1913. Electoral rolls are the nearest record Australians have to census listings and hence are extremely important to local, social and family historians.
The National Library in Canberra keeps microfiche of the Commonwealth electoral rolls from 1901 to present. Some of these may be slightly imperfect. The NLA also holds a limited number of State electoral rolls on microfiche for the.
ECANZ is a consultative council of Electoral Commissioners from the electoral authorities of the Commonwealth, States and Territories of Australia and the New Zealand Electoral Commission.
Archive for the ‘Australia’ Category. Electoral Rolls, Police Gazettes, and Unclaimed Letters From Australia
The completeness and accuracy of the electoral rolls are integral to free and fair federal, state or territory, and local government elections in Australia. Since 1984, when the AEC was established, the management of the electoral rolls.