Where to vote in Ashford

You know that an election is approaching when you start hearing a lot from your local MP and other candidates.
Yesterday I received an email from Steph Key (MP for Ashford).
It was quite useful and provided details of all polling booths in the Ashford electorate.
The links have maps and also  it highlights which booths are wheelchair friendly.
I have added some colour coding.
Note that I have removed political stuff and provide the general information to assist people get to a polling booth on the day ... Bob.
In the lead up to March 15, you will need to decide where you will cast your vote. Below is a list of polling booth locations in the Ashford Electorate including Google Maps links to make it easier to locate each booth - just click on the name of the booth to access Google Maps.
If you are unable to attend a polling booth on Election Day, you might be eligible for a postal vote or to early vote at an early voting centre.

To be eligible for a postal vote you must meet one of the following criteria that prevent you from attending a polling place:
•    Distance - reside more than 8 kilometres from any polling place
•    Travelling - away from your residential address on election day
•    Illness - sickness, infirmity or disability
•    Caring for others - caring for a person who is sick, infirm or disabled
•    Advanced pregnancy
•    Religion - membership in a religious order or religious beliefs
•    Working - working throughout the hours of election day.

Postal vote application forms must be received by Electoral Commission SA before 5pm on Thursday 13 March. Ballot papers will not be mailed out to postal voters before 27 February. Applications for postal votes can be found on the ElectoralCommission of South Australia website (CLICK HERE)

Early voting locations can be found around Adelaide as well as interstate and at selected overseas locations – a comprehensive list can be found on the ElectoralCommission of South Australia website (CLICK HERE) and will be open from Friday 28 February until Friday 14 March, with the exception of the public holiday on Monday 10 March.

Ashford Polling Booth Locations

Black Forest Primary School
 679 South Road, Black Forest
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Clarence Park Community Centre
72-74 East Avenue, Black Forest
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Camden Park Scout Hall
Cnr Deeds Rd & Bristol Ave, Camden Park
[Full Wheelchair Access]
St Francis Community Centre
Cnr South Rd & Dinwoodie Ave, Clarence Park
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Church of the Trinity
318 Goodwood Rd, Clarence Park
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Colonel Light Gardens Uniting Church Hall
560 Goodwood Rd, Daw Park
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Edwardstown Community Church
Cnr De Laine Ave & Towers Tce, Edwardstown
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Goodwood Primary School
140 Goodwood Road, Goodwood
[No Wheelchair Access Available]
Richmond Primary School
8 Surrey Road, Keswick
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Hayhurst Guide Hall
Cnr Daly St & Cross Tce, Kurralta Park
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Edwardstown Primary School
Maria Street, Melrose Park
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Immanuel Primary School
Cnr Morphett Rd & Saratoga Dr, Novar Gardens
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Plympton Primary School
19 Owen Street, Plympton
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Plympton RSL Hall
464 Marion Road, Plympton Park
[Full Wheelchair Access]
William Light R-12 School
81 Errington Street, Plympton
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Forbes Primary School
80 Thomas Street, South Plympton
[Full Wheelchair Access]
Vermont Uniting Church
578 Cross Road, South Plympton
[Assisted Wheelchair Access Available]
Westbourne Park Primary School
2 Marlborough Rd, Westbourne Park
[Full Wheelchair Access]


  1. Thanks for the help in showing the wheelchair friendly sites.

  2. I didn't realise there were so many booths in the area.


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