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HITTING THE POLLS: Where to vote on the Fraser Coast

MAKE YOUR CHOICE volunteers from left, Norma Hannant (LNP), Toni-Lee Dale (independent), Greg McHugh (One Nation), James Dasecke (Greens) and Nathan Scattergood (Labor) at Hervey Bay's pre-poll on Dayman St.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE volunteers from left, Norma Hannant (LNP), Toni-Lee Dale (independent), Greg McHugh (One Nation), James Dasecke (Greens) and Nathan Scattergood (Labor) at Hervey Bay's pre-poll on Dayman St. Alistair Brightman

ON election day, about 50 per cent of Fraser Coast voters will have already cast their vote for their next state members.

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If you are hitting the polls, here are all the places where you can cast your vote.

Hervey Bay

  • Urraween Baptist Church, 171 Urraween Rd
  • Hervey Bay PCYC, O'Rourke St
  • Hervey Bay State High School, 58 Beach Rd
  • Yarrilee State School, 15 Scrub Hill Rd
  • Baycrest RSL Care, 99 Doolong Rd
  • Kawungan State School Grevillea St
  • River Heads Community Hall, 45 Ariadne St
  • Hervey Bay Senior Citizens Hall, Cnr Denman Camp Rd and Totness St
  • Urangan Point State School, Herbert St
  • Sandy Straits State School, Robert St

Maryborough

  • Albert State School, 210-216 Albert St
  • Aldridge State High School Boys Ave
  • Coast Guard Base Station, 126 Eckert Rd
  • Brooweena State School, Lahey St
  • Burrum Heads Community Hall, Cnr Howard St and Burrum Heads Rd
  • Granville Kindergarten, 162-164 Cambridge St
  • Burrum District Community Centre, Steley St
  • St Pauls Memorial Hal, Corner of Adelaide and Ellena Streets
  • Maryborough West State School, Ariadne St
  • Mungar State School, 1143 Mungar Rd
  • Guides Hall, 73 North St
  • St Helens State School, 891 Saltwater Creek Rd
  • Sunbury State School, 545 Alice Street
  • Tiaro State School, Forgan Terrace
  • Tinana State School, 239 Gympie Rd
  • Toogoom Community Hall, 108 Toogoom Road
  • Torbanlea Community Hall, Robertson Road

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