Federal Election 2016: Voting Early as booths open in the Seat Of Longman
June 14, locals will be able to vote early in the 2016 Federal Election.
Early voting booths will be open in Caboolture and North Lakes from 8.30am- 5.30pm. Early voting will be open at Bribie Island and Burpengary from next week.
For your full local voting guide - including the complete list of early voting locations, dates and times
You may also vote by early voting or postal vote.
It’s crucial to remember that on your House of Representatives green ballot paper, you will need to put a 1 in the box beside the candidate who is your first choice, 2 in the box beside your second choice and so on, until you have numbered every box.
You must number every box on the House of Representatives green ballot paper for your vote to count.
If you can’t make it to a polling place on Federal Election day, July 2, 2016, you may be eligible to vote early:
1. At an early voting centre (or pre-poll station) in Caboolture, Burpengary, North Lakes or on Bribie Island before the election.
2. With a postal vote
All local voters will receive a postal vote application.
The Australian Electoral Commission will send you ballot papers as soon as possible after receiving your completed form.
Local Early Voting Centres will be open from Tuesday, June 14
Locations, dates and times:
Market Plaza Morayfield
61-65 Morayfield Road
2/13 North Shore Drive
Bribie Island Orchid Society
156A First Avenue
North Lakes Central
101/53 Endeavour Blvd
You can vote early – either in person at an early voting centre or by post if, on election day, you:
will be outside the electorate where you are enrolled to vote
will be more than 8km from a polling place
will be travelling
will be unable to leave your workplace to vote
are seriously ill, infirm or due to give birth shortly (or caring for someone who is)
are a patient in hospital and can’t vote at the hospital
have religious beliefs that prevent you from attending a polling place
are in prison serving a sentence of less than three years or otherwise detained
have a reasonable fear for your safety
Election Day Polling Places
Voting in the Longman electorate
Saturday, July 2, 2016, 8am-6pm
On election day, you may vote at any of the following locations:
Banksia Beach State School, Sunderland Dve, Banksia Beach
Beachmere Community Association Hall, Progress Ave, Beachmere
Volunteer Marine Rescue, Marine Pde, Bellara
Bribie Island Recreation Hall, First Ave, Bongaree
Burpengary Community Complex, 111 Station Rd, Burpengary
Old Bay Rd Community Complex, Cnr Maitland and Old Bay Rd, Burpengary East
Burpengary Meadows State School, Rowley Rd, Burpengary
Burpengary Baptist Community Church, 72 Pitt Rd, Burpengary
Burpengary State School, 35 Station Rd, Burpengary
Caboolture Shire Memorial Hall, King St, Caboolture
Caboolture State High School, Lee St, Caboolture
Caboolture Special School, 50-80 Torrens Rd, Caboolture South
Tullawong State High School, Del Rosso Rd, Caboolture
Dakabin State High School, Marsden Rd, Dakabin
Donnybrook Community Hall, Cnr Alice & Edith Sts, Donnybrook
Elimbah State School, 10-20 School Rd, Elimbah
Kallangur State School, 139 School Rd, Kallangur
Kallangur Community Centre, 1480 Anzac Ave, Kallangur
Kruger Hall, Penson Park, Ann St, Kallangur
Morayfield State High School, Visentin Rd, Morayfield
Morayfield East State School, 107 Graham Rd, Morayfield
Minimbah State School, Minimbah Dr, Morayfield
Mount Mee Public Hall, 1370 Mt Mee Rd, Mount Mee
Narangba Community Hall, 229 Mackie Rd, Narangba
Narangba Sporting Complex, Harris Ave, Narangba
Ningi Community Hall, cnr Bribie Island Rd & Rita Ave, Ningi
Sandstone Point Community Hall, Bestmann Rd East, Sandstone Point
Toorbul Community Hall, 158 Esplanade, Toorbul
Farmers Assembly Hall, Caboolture River Rd, Upper Caboolture
Wamuran Community Hall, D’Aguilar Highway, Wamuran
Woodford Memorial Community Centre, 109 Archer St, Woodford
Bribie Island Surf Life Saving Club, 2 First Ave, Woorim
*If you are overseas, you can vote in person at one of the many overseas voting centres established at Australian Embassies, Consulates and High Commissions in the lead-up to each federal election. Contact the Australian Electoral Commission from overseas on +61 2 6160 2600.