Pre-polling opens across Moreton Bay Region

Posted: 3pm 19 Oct 2020

Pre-polling for the October 31 State Election opened today, with thousands expected to cast their vote early, either by post or in person.

All pre-polling booths are open 9am-6pm Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm Tuesday and Thursday, and from 9am-5pm on Saturday, October 24.

Here’s where to pre-poll across the Moreton Bay Region.


Bancroft Office

Unit 6/657 Deception Bay Rd, Deception Bay

Assisted Access

Kurwongbah Office

290 Bruce Hwy Eastern Service Rd, Burpengary East

Assisted Access

North Lakes Early Voting Centre

Lease J, 4-8 Burke Cres, North Lakes

Assisted Access


Albany Creek Early Voting Centre

Albany Market Place, Shop 22

720 Albany Creek Rd, Albany Creek

Assisted access

Returning Officer Everton

Everton Office

2-6 Chinook St, Everton Hills

Assisted access


Returning Officer Ferny Grove

Ferny Grove Office

8 Dallas Pde, Keperra

Assisted access


The closest pre-polling centres, where you can vote absentee are:

Returning Officer Pumicestone

Pumicestone Office

16 Piper St, Caboolture
Assisted access

Bongaree Early Voting Centre

Bribie Island Orchid Society

156A First Ave, Bongaree

Full access


Returning Officer Kurwongbah

Kurwongbah Office

290 Bruce Hwy Eastern Service Rd, Burpengary East
Assisted access

Burpengary Early Voting Centre

Burpengary Office

7/5 North Shore Dve, Burpengary

Assisted access


Returning Officer Morayfield

Morayfield Office

Unit 4/42 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture

Assisted access


Returning Officer Murrumba

Murrumba Office

Unit 2/1 Russell St, Kallangur

Assisted access

Rothwell Early Voting Centre

Unit 1, 16-22 Bremner Rd

Assisted access


Dayboro Early Voting Centre

Dayboro Scouts Hall

Don Kerr Memorial Dve, Dayboro

Assisted access

Samford Early Voting Centre

The Shed Samford

44 Mount Glorious Rd, Samford Village

Assisted access

Returning Officer Pine Rivers

Pine Rivers Office

Unit 1/709 Gympie Rd, Lawnton,

Assisted access


Returning Officer Pumicestone

Pumicestone Office

16 Piper St, Caboolture,

Assisted access

Bongaree Early Voting Centre

Bribie Island Orchid Society

156A First Ave, Bongaree

Full access


Returning Officer Redcliffe

Redcliffe Office

444 Oxley Ave, Redcliffe

Carpark entrance off Anzac Ave

Assisted access
Margate Early Voting Centre

Margate Office

1/32 Baynes St

Assisted access



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