Western Australia—Legislative Assembly
|State or territory:||Western Australia|
|Area:||20 km² (8 sq mi)|
The district is located in the northern suburbs of Perth.
Kingsley is a marginal seat; it has changed hands between the two major parties at each of the last two elections.
Located in the northern suburbs of Perth, the district of Kingsley is a north–south elongated electorate bordered by four major roads. It is bounded to the west by the Mitchell Freeway, to the north by Ocean Reef Road, to the east by Wanneroo Road and to the south by Warwick Road. The district covers the entirety of three suburbs: Kingsley, Greenwood and Woodvale.
Kingsley was first created ahead of the 1989 state election and won by Liberal candidate Cheryl Edwardes. Edwardes held the seat until her retirement at the 2005 state election, when her husband Colin Edwardes ran to succeed her as the new Liberal candidate, but was defeated by Labor candidate Judy Hughes. Kingsley was the only seat the Labor Party took from the Liberal Party at the 2005 election.