Electoral district of Townsville North

Townsville North
QueenslandLegislative Assembly
State Queensland
Created 1960
Abolished 1972
Namesake Townsville
Demographic Urban
Coordinates 19°15′S 146°48′E / 19.250°S 146.800°E / -19.250; 146.800Coordinates: 19°15′S 146°48′E / 19.250°S 146.800°E / -19.250; 146.800

The electoral district of Townsville North was a Legislative Assembly electorate in the state of Queensland, Australia.


Townsville North was created in the 1959 redistribution, taking effect at the 1960 state election.[1] The Electoral district of Townsville was split into Townsville North and Townsville South.[1]

Townsville North was abolished at the 1972 state election, the outer portion forming the newly recreated Electoral district of Townsville and the inner city portion forming part of the new Electoral district of Townsville West.[1]


The following people were elected in the seat of Townsville North:[1][2]

  Perc Tucker Labor 28 May 1960 – 27 May 1972
Tucker went on to represent Townsville West 1972 to 1974.

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