2018-2022 electoral district map
Features of the district
Cheltenham is a mostly residential district which includes some light industry, located north-west of Adelaide City. Port Road runs diagonally north-west across the centre of the district, and its northern boundary is formed by Grand Junction Road.
Approximately 17.49 km2
Cheltenham includes the suburbs of Albert Park, Alberton, Beverley, Cheltenham., Findon, Hendon, Pennington, Queenstown, St Clair, Woodville, Woodville North, Woodville Park, Woodville South and Woodville West. It also includes part of the suburb of Rosewater.
This list is indicative only.
The district, formerly named Price, was created at the 1998 redistribution and first contested and represented in 2002.
Origin of the name
Cheltenham is named after the suburb of the same name, which in turn was named after a town and borough in Gloucestershire, England, first recorded under the Anglo-Saxon name 'celtan hom', meaning settlement on the River Chelt.
Key boundary changes compared to 2014
Cheltenham gains the suburbs of Beverley and Woodville Park. Cheltenham loses the suburbs of Athol Park and Royal Park, and the remainder of the suburb of Port Adelaide.
For full details see 2016 Report of the Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission (PDF 1.8 MB).
Representation and results
|Jay W. Weatherill||ALP||2002 - 2019|
|Joe Szakacs||ALP||*2019 -|