Located in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, the electorate of Scullin was first created in 1955 and is named after James Scullin, who served as Australia’s Prime Minister from 1929 to 1932.
The Scullin electorate is culturally and linguistically diverse. It is made up of the southern portion of the City of Whittlesea local government area.
Scullin is comprised of the suburbs Epping, Lalor, Mill Park, South Morang and Thomastown and parts of Bundoora, Mernda and Wollert.
Major local industries in the electorate include manufacturing, food processing, health and education.