Clarence City Council
elector poll

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The elector poll

The Tasmanian Electoral Commission has been requested by the Clarence City Council to conduct an elector poll regarding the proposed placement of an AFL/AFLW High Performance Centre (HPC). This poll will be conducted by postal ballot.

Further information about the proposed HPC is available from the Department of State Growth.

Reasons to vote YES

Learn about the reasons provided by those in favour of the proposed High Performance Centre, including links to additional information.

Reasons to vote NO

Learn about the reasons provided by those not in favour of the proposed High Performance Centre, including links to additional information.

Poll timetable

Thursday 27 June

Enrolment closes

Wednesday 10 July

Ballot packs delivered by post

Thursday 8 August

Close of poll

From 9am 
Friday 9 August

Counting of ballot papers and progressive results


The polling period for this elector poll is from Wednesday 10 July to 2 pm Thursday 8 August 2024.

Every Clarence City Council elector will be sent a personally addressed postal ballot pack, which must be completed and returned before the close of the polling period.

Daily returns

This chart, updated a few times a week, shows the number of ballot paper envelopes returned per day, and a cumulative total.

Returns (progressive): 18,433
Electors enrolled: 45,351
Response rate (progressive ): 40.65%


  Enrolment for this poll has closed.

To vote in this local government elector poll, you must be correctly enrolled before 6 pm on Thursday 27 June 2024.

If you are correctly enrolled for state and federal elections then you are automatically enrolled to vote in local government elections and polls. If you don't live in the Clarence City municipal area, you may be eligible for inclusion on the General Manager's roll.

Further information is available to assist you if you need to enrol to vote or update your enrolment.

Related information

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