State Members of Parliament
Bass is in the north-east corner of Tasmania. It includes the Launceston, George Town, West Tamar and Dorset local government areas. It Also also includes the Furneaux Group of islands in Bass Strait.
Braddon covers the north-west and west coasts of Tasmania. It extends from Port Sorell and Devonport, through Ulverstone, Burnie, Wynyard, Stanley, Smithton and Waratah, then down the west coast to include Rosebery, Zeehan, Queenstown and Strahan. It and also includes King Island.
Clark covers metropolitan Hobart and Glenorchy, extending along the western shore of the Derwent River from Austins Ferry to Browns River. It also includes a small part of Kingborough Municipality.
Franklin is split into two parts and includes Kingston and other parts of Kingborough Municipality, as well as most of Clarence City with the exception of Richmond. It also includes rural Huon Valley council and areas further south, as well as Macquarie Island.
Lyons encompasses the northern districts west of Launceston and south of Devonport. It includes all towns on the state's east coast. And includes the rural areas of the central and southern midlands, the Derwent valley, Brighton, Sorell and Tasman councils as well as Richmond on the edge of greater Hobart.
The Legislative Council is the upper house of the Parliament of Tasmania and is make up of 15 single member electorates.