On top of the easily quantifiable impacts on party margins and seat shares, the changes will disrupt the major parties by disturbing finely calibrated balances of factional power.
Post redistribution, no area is more critical for the Palaszczuk government than the Gold Coast, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly.
The AEC's decision to cut the number of House of Representative seats has started an uneasy game of musical chairs.
South Australia has tried to ensure its electoral boundaries are fair to ensure the majority party wins government. But it does not always work out that way.
Ever wanted to redraw political boundaries in your own name? An online game allows you to do it, and teaches how gerrymandering can have such a poisonous effect on democracy, says Ben Raue.
Pollsters like Roy Morgan seem to be getting confused over what's already a Liberal seat and what's a marginal seat and how many are needed. Charles Richardson explains the facts.
William Bowe looks at the redistribution of New South Wales' federal election boundaries.
Possum Comitatus looks at the new federal election pendulum. While the electoral system still slightly favours the Coalition, even after the redistributions, it would need a swing of 2.3% to win government.