The Constituency of Blakeport Hills was a constituency of the House of Representatives of Howland. The constituency was created in 1949 and was one of the original 30 constituencies contested at the first election. It was named for the Blakeport Hills, a growing, but at the time, still mostly rural area to the south of the capital city Blakeport. Throughout its existence, it was based in the working-class suburban areas of Blakeport, including Blackpool and Wrexham. It was a marginally safe seat for the Howland Social Democrats, and held by that party throughout its entire existence. The area experienced major demographic changes in the early 1950s, as the Blakeport's southern suburbs grew. During the reapportionment of 1955, the constituency was abolished and most of the area was included in the new Constituency of Evans.
|Charles Ainsworth||Howland Social Democrats||1949–1955|
|Constituencies of the House of Representatives of Howland|
|Current||Armstrong • Ash • Barlow • Blakeport Central • Calhoun • Clarke • Clayworth • Conroy • Cosgrove • De Forest • Evans • Greene • Hayes • Helensville • Kingsford • Kinlan • Lappin • Mitchell • Parker • Ravensdale • Shaw • South Blakeport • Southway • Three Rivers • Valley • Voxall • Warren • Warrick • Whelan • Wyatt|
|Abolished||Blakeport Hills • Estuary|