Just in case you thought that changes to electorate boundaries were a thing of the past, here's an article in today's ABC news:
ACT electorate of Canberra grows while Fraser is renamed Fenner
About 10,000 Canberrans will switch federal seats at the next election in order to compensate for population growth in the ACT's north.
The electorate of Fraser, currently held by Labor MP Andrew Leigh, is also set to be renamed Fenner, after renowned Australian virologist Frank Fenner.
The Australian Electoral Commission's Phil Diak said the seat would no longer cover inner-city areas like Acton and Campbell, which would be absorbed by the electorate of Canberra, held by Labor MP Gai Brodtmann.
"Canberra had to come over to the other side of the lake, and takes part of what was traditionally Fraser, now Fenner," Phil Diak from the Australian Electoral Commission said.
"About 10,000 people on the inner south side are affected there.
"That includes that suburbs of Acton, Campbell, Reid, [and] people living in the city."
Some parts of Braddon and Turner will also be moved into the electorate of Canberra.
Fenner will also include Belconnen, Gungahlin, the Inner North, and the externally administered territory of Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast.
Canberra, which covers the Inner South, Woden, Weston Creek and Tuggeranong, will expand across Lake Burley Griffin to cover the parts of the inner city lost by Fenner.
Mr Daik said the change was needed due to rapid population growth in Canberra's north, and that Canberrans would not need to contact the AEC if they were affected.
"That's to have an equivalence in the size of the electorates going forward," he said.
"Of course if you change your address or move into the new electorates ... you still need to keep your enrolment up to date.
"But where you are right now today, those changes are done automatically."