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A ward is an electorate that is represented by a single councillor. Each ward must be approximately the same size (by number of voters) and have identifiable and unifying characteristics.
Meet the councillors
Refer to interactive map to get an overview of the area covered by each ward
and to find out which ward you are in.
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These ward boundaries are consistent with the recommendations of the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) electoral representation review
published in the Government Gazette on 23 April 2020.
In 2019-2020, the Victoria Electoral Commission (VEC) conducted reviews of councils' electoral structures to ensure voters continue to be fairly represented. These are known as representation reviews.
By law, every council must be reviewed every 12 years.
In 2019, after community consultation, the VEC recommended that we change the number of wards from 7 to 9 single councillor wards. View the VEC's recommended structure.