Councillors and wards
The NSW Government has postponed the September 2020 local government elections due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is the NSW Government’s intention that council elections will be held in September 2021.
Lake Macquarie City Council is divided into three wards: North, East and West.
All Lake Macquarie residents, who are 18 years of age or over, are eligible to enrol through the State Electoral Office and vote in the local government elections.
Residents who are enrolled to vote, elect a Mayor and four councillors to represent their respective ward. Ordinary elections are held every four years, usually on the second Saturday of September.
All elected members must lodge a declaration listing all political donations received and electoral expenditure incurred. A register of these declarations is available on the Electoral Commission NSW website.
Mayor and Deputy Mayor
Federal and State Members
Find more information and contact details for Hunter and Shortland Federal electorates by clicking here.
For contact details for State Members of Lake Macquarie, Charlestown, Wallsend, Cessnock and Swansea electorates visit parliament.nsw.gov.au.