Bass and Lyons will welcome two new faces as its representation in the lower house.
The declaration of the polls were read at events in Launceston and Burnie on Friday and was an opportunity to celebrate the newest elected members.
In Launceston, Labor MPs Jennifer Houston and Jen Butler were welcomed by incumbent member Michelle O’Byrne.
“We will be the first state to have more than 50 per cent of women in the lower house and that is no small part due to Labor,” she said.
Deputy Labor leader Ms O’Byrne said it was great to have two more women joining her in the electorates of Bass and Lyons.
Bass and Lyons will have five women representing the electorates.
Liberal MP Michael Ferguson, who came second in the poll in Bass, was the sole Liberal member in attendance for that electorate but was joined by Lyons MP Guy Barnett.
Peter Gutwein, Sarah Courtney, Mark Shelton, Rene Hidding and Rebecca White all did not attend the ceremony, held at the Tramsheds.
Mr Ferguson thanked his wife her her support and for the voters for electing a majority Liberal government.
“It was a delight there was the strongest show of support for that [majority Liberal government] to continue was here in Bass.”
He also thanked Andrea Dawkins for her service to the electorate.
“Unfortunately not everybody can get a seat on election night.”
Ms Houston said she didn’t shy away from a challenge and was looking forward to “getting the job done.”
Ms Butler said she was excited to put the nervousness of the election behind her and get started.