Member for Corangamite, Victoria
Elizabeth Ann Coker is an Australian politician, who represents the electorate of Corangamite in the Australian Parliament.
Before her election to federal parliament, she was a Councillor at Surf Coast Shire, representing the Anglesea Ward, and
served twice as mayor
Name Derivation: Named after Lake Corangamite. The name of the lake originated from the Aboriginal word for ‘bitter’, describing the salt content of the lake.
Area and Location Description: The Division of Corangamite is located in south-western Victoria. It covers an area of 7 624 sq km encasing spectacular coastline, scenic rainforest, magnificent beaches and rolling plains.
The localities of Anglesea, Apollo Bay, Colac, Inverleigh, Lorne, Torquay and Winchelsea and parts of the Greater City of Geelong (Barwon Heads, Belmont, Grovedale, Highton, Ocean Grove) are located in this division.
The division of Corangamite is bordered by the divisions of Wannon to the west, Ballarat to the north and Corio to the east.
Products/Industries of the Area:Primary production (beef, crops, dairy, fishing, forestry, sheep, horticulture and organic farming), food processing, manufacturing, retail and tourism.
First Proclaimed/Election: 1900/1901
Demographic Rating: Provincial