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Australian House of Representatives Division
The Division of Dampier was an Australian Electoral Division in Western Australia. The division was created in 1913 and abolished in 1922. It was named for the navigator William Dampier, the first Englishman to see Australia, and was located in rural Western Australia, including the towns of Northam and Toodyay. It was safe seat for the non-Labor parties.
|Commonwealth Liberal||31 May 1913 –
17 February 1917
|Previously held the Western Australian Legislative Assembly seat of Menzies. Transferred to the Division of Swan after Dampier was abolished in 1922|
|Nationalist||17 February 1917 –|
16 December 1922