Banyule is currently divided into 7 single councillor wards.
From 24 October 2020, and in line with the state-wide council elections, Banyule will become a 9 ward council.
Refer to the map on this page to get a overview of the area covered by each ward.
For property specific ward details, especially if you're close to a ward boundary, use the Victorian Electoral Commission: interactive map tool.
Banyule wards: location, characteristics and origins
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 consultation with the community, the VEC recommended that we increase to 9 single councillor wards. View the VEC's recommended structure.
The Victorian Government announced the VEC recommended structure was accepted and publish so in the Government Gazzette on 23 April 2020.
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