The Frome Electorate is named after Edward Charles Frome, the third surveyor-general of South Australia. Captain E C Frome (1802-1890) arrived in the Province September 1839 and was appointed by Governor Gawler to the Executive Council. He was the third Surveyor-General after Light and Sturt and made a notable contribution to the development of the colony, including early surveys of the South Flinders Ranges near Pt Pirie.
The Frome Electorate covers an area from the industrial city of Port Pirie to the viticultural areas of Clare and South to the small community of Hamley Bridge. The district covers includes extensive mixed grain and livestock farming in addition to the grape growing area of the Clare valley.
Four Council districts form part of the Frome Electorate, namely Port Pirie Regional Council, Northern Areas Council, Clare & Gilbert Valley Council and the Wakefield Regional Council.
The townships of Auburn, Balaklava, Brinkworth, Blyth, Clare, Crystal Brook, Georgetown, Gulnare, Halbury, Hamley Bridge, Hoyleton, Koolunga, Leasingham, Manoora, Marrabel, Mintaro, Owen, Mundoora, Penwortham, Port Pirie, Redhill, Riverton, Saddleworth, Sevenhill, Tarlee, Tickera, Wanderah, Watervale and Yacka all are found in the Frome Electorate.
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