2018 State Election- Gembrook Electorate key information


Early Voting

Early voting runs between Monday 12th November until 23rd November.

For information on the Gembrook Electorate early voting centre and opening hours please click and print the link below

Gembrook Electorate 2018 Early Voting information print doc


Election Day Voting Locations

The 2018 State Election is being held on Saturday November 24th. Every enrolled Victorian must vote at the election.

To find the closest polling booth on election day please click the link below

Gembrook Electorate 2018 Election Day information print doc


Postal Voting Information 

Postal voting applications close on November 21st.

For information on how to apply for a postal vote please click the link below

Gembrook Electorate 2018 Postal Voting information print doc


For all matters involving your enrollment please contact the Victorian Electoral Commission directly via https://www.vec.vic.gov.au/ or call them on 13 18 32


Brad Battin How To Vote Card

For a copy of Brad’s How to vote card please download via the link below and thank you for your support.

Brad Battin How to Vote Card 2018



Gembrook electorate local election commitments: 

  • $1.7 million upgrade for Beaconsfield Railway Station

  -More than 100 new car parks

 – New platform shelter

 – New toilet facilities

 – New Parkiteer Cage

  • $5.2 million upgrade for Emerald Secondary College to create a STEM Centre
  • $1.1 million for a Health and Wellbeing Centre at Berwick College
  • Flashing school speed zone signs for Gembrook Primary School
  • New medium pumper for Officer Fire Brigade
  • $380,000 contribution for the design and construction of a new joint use community function room at Officer Recreation Reserve
  • Only the Liberals will remove Pakenham’s level crossings with guaranteed no Skyrail, rail under road- Main St, McGregor Road and Racecourse Rd level crossings will be removed
  • Remove the roundabout at Racecourse Road and Bald Hill Road intersection through grade separation, allowing for continual traffic flow.
  • 300 additional car parks for Cardinia Road Railway Station

For more on our state wide policies, including mandatory sentencing for repeat violent offenders and building the East West Link and a North West Link visit http://getbackincontrol.com.au/