If you are unable to attend a polling booth on Saturday 2 July, you may be eligible to vote at the early voting centre. Early voting is available from Monday 20 June until Friday 1 July 2022. Strict eligibility criteria apply. Voting is compulsory.

View early voting eligibility criteria

You are eligible to vote at an early voting centre if, on polling day, you:

  • are more than 8 km from a polling booth
  • are travelling
  • are ill, infirm or disabled – preventing you from attending a polling booth
  • are due to give birth shortly
  • are caring for someone who is ill, infirm or disabled - preventing you from attending a polling booth
  • have religious beliefs - preventing you from attending a polling booth
  • are working and unable to leave your workplace to vote
  • are a resident of a declared institution being a hospital, convalescent home, nursing home, home for the aged, hostel for the aged or infirm, prison or other places of confinement
  • have your address suppressed on the electoral roll (a silent elector)
Accessibility descriptors

All polling booths are assessed for disability access. ECSA endeavours to secure fully accessible locations wherever possible. However, as the majority of polling booths are only hired for one day, the location of a polling booth is limited to whatever is available resulting in some booths not being fully accessible.

Full Access Fully accessible means that a person in a wheelchair can independently enter and exit the booth.

Assisted Access Assisted access means that a person in a wheelchair may not be able to independently enter and exit the booth, and assistance may be required.

Assisted access can include one, some or all the following:

  • Access ramp does not meet standards
  • No designated accessible parking spot
  • Path of travel from car park may be difficult
  • No accessible toilet
Location Dates Opening hours
Glen Osmond Baptist Church A
312 Glen Osmond Rd
Myrtle Bank SA 5064
Thursday 23 June 
Friday 24 June
Saturday 25 June
Monday 27 June to Wednesday 29 June
Thursday 30 June
Friday 1 July
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Bragg voting map

How to complete your ballot paper

When voting in the by-election you will be given a green House of Assembly ballot paper listing all candidates contesting the election.

To ensure your vote is counted, you need to number every square on the ballot paper in the order of your choice.

  • Write the number 1 in the square next to the candidate who is your first choice
  • Write the number 2 next to your second choice
  • Continue by placing the numbers 3, 4, 5 and so on until you have a number in every square

If you need assistance or make a mistake please see an electoral officer.

You can practice making a formal vote by using our interactive ballot paper below:

House of Assembly practice ballot paper >>