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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Higinbotham Province was an electorate of the Victorian Legislative Council. It existed as a two-member electorate from 1937 to 2006, with members serving alternating eight-year terms. It was considered a safe seat for the Liberal Party of Australia throughout its history, though it was won by Labor candidate Noel Pullen in Labor's landslide victory at the 2002 state election. It was abolished from the 2006 state election in the wake of the Bracks Labor government's reform of the Legislative Council. It was located in the south-east of Melbourne. In 2002, when it was last contested, it covered an area of 108km2 and included the suburbs of Bentleigh, Black Rock, Brighton, Cheltenham, Mentone, Moorabbin, Mordialloc and Sandringham. Members for Higinbotham Province Member Party affiliation Term began Term ended James Kennedy Liberal Party of Australia 1937 1954 James Disney Liberal Party of Australia 1940 1946 Sir Arthur George Warner Liberal Party of Australia 1946 1964 Lindsay Thompson Liberal Party of Australia 1955 1967 Sir David Snider Liberal Party of Australia 1964 1966 Harold Hamilton Liberal Party of Australia 1967 1982 Sir William Fry Liberal Party of Australia 1967 1979 Robert Lawson Liberal Party of Australia 1979 1992 Geoffrey Connard Liberal Party of Australia 1982 1996 Chris Strong Liberal Party of Australia 1992 2006 Dr John Ross Liberal Party of Australia 1996 2002 Noel Pullen Australian Labor Party 2002 2006 v · d · eFormer electoral provinces of the Victorian Legislative Council Ballarat Province · Boronia Province · Central Highlands Province · Chelsea Province · Doutta Galla Province · East Yarra Province · Eumemmerring Province · Geelong Province · Gippsland Province · Higinbotham Province · Jika Jika Province · Koonung Province · Loddon Province · Melbourne Province · Melbourne North Province · Melbourne West Province Monash Province · North Eastern Province · North Western Province · Nunawading Province · Silvan Province · South Eastern Province · South Yarra Province · Templestowe Province · Waverley Province · Western Province · Western Port Province This Australian government-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e