The only changes to its boundaries during its 80 years of existence were caused by a series of expansions of Hunstanton Urban District (1902, 1925 & 1928). In 1974, the district was abolished under the Local Government Act 1972, and became part of the West Norfolk district.
|Bagthorpe||1935||Component of Bagthorpe with Barmer|
|Bagthorpe with Barmer||1935||Merger|
|Barmer||1935||Component of Bagthorpe with Barmer|
|Bircham||1935||Merger of Bircham Newton, Bircham Toft & Great Bircham|
|Bircham Newton||1935||Component of Bircham|
|Bircham Tofts||1935||Component of Bircham|
|Burnham Deepdale||1935||Added to Brancaster|
|Burnham Market||1929||Burnham Westgate + Burnham Sutton…|
|Burnham Sutton com Burnham Ulph||1929||Component of Burnham Market|
|Burnham Westgate||1929||Component of Burnham Market|
|Great Bircham||1935||Component of Bircham|
|Holme next the Sea|
|Old Hunstanton||Known as Hunstanton before 1953|
|Waterden||1953||Added to South Creake|
- "Docking RD through time: Census tables with data for the Local Government District". A Vision of Britain through Time. GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth. Retrieved 24 June 2017.
- "New Hunstanton CP through time: Census tables with data for the Parish-level Unit". A Vision of Britain through Time. GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth. Retrieved 24 June 2017.