Local Communities Decide 2016

Every four years, Queensland electors decide on who they want to represent their local interests through what is often described as the level of government closest to the people. The local government elections on 19 March have attracted nearly 1800 candidates across 77 local council areas. Who will be your mayor for the next four years? How many women will be on your local council? For answers to these questions and more, this is the place to start from. To display the results for a particular council election or for the latest state wide statistics, select from the options below.

This data is regularly updated using information provided by the Electoral Commission Queensland. Lockyer Valley Regional Council elections deferred to 16 April.

Election Results

Your local race. Results showing the latest counting for mayor and councillors.

Statistical Reports

Figures showing the number of candidates, the proportion of council positions by gender, the proportion of new mayors and councillors and voter turnout.

* RESULTS: Results shown are as at latest count from ECQ website.