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Local government areas of Victoria

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Types of LGAs

This is a list of local government areas (LGAs) in Victoria, sorted by region. Also referred to as municipalities, the 79 Victorian LGAs are classified as cities (34), shires (38), rural cities (6) and boroughs (1). In general, an urban or suburban LGA is called a city and is governed by a City Council, while a rural LGA covering a larger rural area is usually called a shire and is governed by a Shire Council. Local councils have the same administrative functions and similar political structures, regardless of their classification. The sorting of LGAs into regions is for presentation purposes only, and has no legal or administrative significance.

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Local government areas sorted by regionEdit

Greater MelbourneEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
(2012)
Notes Map
km² sq mi Density
(2016)
City of Melbourne Melbourne Inner Melbourne 12 August 1842 (1842-08-12) 37 14 3,486 60,745[1] 135,959[2] 11 Capital city of Victoria.  
City of Port Phillip St Kilda Inner Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 21 8 5,101 78,227[3] 100,863[4] 7 Amalgamation of the cities of St Kilda, South Melbourne and Port Melbourne.  
City of Stonnington Malvern Inner Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 26 10 4,152 86,090[5] 103,832[6] 9 Amalgamation of the cities of Malvern and Prahran  
City of Yarra Richmond Inner Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 20 8 4,458 67,052[7] 86,657[8] 9 Amalgamation of the cities of Richmond, Collingwood, Fitzroy and Northcote.  
City of Banyule Ivanhoe Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 63 24 2,004 113,696[9] 121,865[10] 7 Amalgamation of the City of Heidelberg and parts of the Shire of Diamond Valley and the Shire of Eltham.  
City of Bayside Sandringham Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 36 14 2,814 83,504[11] 97,087[12] 7 Amalgamation of cities of Brighton and Sandringham and parts of the cities of Mordialloc and Moorabbin.  
City of Boroondara Camberwell Metropolitan Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 60 23 2,913 148,532[13] 167,231[14] 10 Amalgamation of the cities of Camberwell, Kew and Hawthorn.  
City of Brimbank Sunshine Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 123 47 1,621 162,931[15] 194,319[16] 11 Amalgamation of the cities of Keilor and Sunshine  
City of Darebin Preston Metropolitan Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 53 20 2,847 122,821[17] 146,719[18] 9 Amalgamation of the cities of Northcote and Preston.  
City of Glen Eira Caulfield North Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 39 15 3,751 117,199[19] 140,875[20] 9 Amalgamation of the city of Caulfield and parts of the city of Morabbin.  
City of Hobsons Bay Altona Metropolitan Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 65 25 1,427 80,120[21] 88,778[22] 7 Amalgamation of the City of Williamstown and the City of Altona  
City of Kingston Cheltenham Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 91 35 1,698 127,540[23] 151,389[24] 9 Amalgamation of the City of Chelsea and parts of the City of Mordialloc, City of Moorabbin, City of Oakleigh and City of Springvale.  
City of Manningham Doncaster Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 113 44 1,057 107,079[25] 116,255[26] 9  
City of Maribyrnong Footscray Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 31 12 2,694 59,406[27] 82,288[28] 7 Amalgamation of the City of Footscray and parts of the City of Sunshine.  
City of Monash Glen Waverley Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 82 32 2,284 155,061[29] 182,618[30] 11 The city was formed from the merger of the City of Oakleigh and the City of Waverley.  
City of Moonee Valley Moonee Ponds Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 44 17 2,718 105,615[31] 116,671[32] 9 Amalgamation of the City of Essendon and parts of the City of Keilor  
City of Moreland Coburg Metropolitan Melbourne 22 June 1994 (1994-06-22) 51 20 3,270 130,531[33] 162,558[34] 11 Amalgamation of the City of Brunswick, City of Coburg and part of the City of Broadmeadows  
City of Whitehorse Nunawading Metropolitan Melbourne 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 64 25 2,587 139,549[35] 162,078[36] 10 Amalgamation of the City of Box Hill and city of Nunawading  
Shire of Cardinia Officer Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 1,281 495 71 45,305[37] 94,128[38] 9 Amalgamation of the Shire of Pakenham, City of Cranbourne and parts of the Shire of Sherbrooke  
City of Casey Narre Warren Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 410 158 713 175,505[39] 299,301[40] 11 Amalgamation of the City of Berwick with parts of the Shire of Cranbourne  
City of Frankston Frankston Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 131 51 1,038 109,808[41] 134,143[42] 9  
City of Greater Dandenong Dandenong Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 130 50 1,175 123,965[43] 152,050[44] 11 Amalgamation of the City of Springvale and City of Dandenong  
City of Hume Broadmeadows Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 503 194 386 131,182[45] 197,376[46] 11  
City of Knox Wantirna South Outer Metropolitan 16 October 1963 (1963-22-16) 114 44 1,366 141,408[47] 154,110[48] 9  
City of Maroondah Ringwood East Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 61 24 1,841 96,132[49] 110,376[50] 9 Amalgamation of the City of Ringwood and City of Croydon  
City of Melton Melton Outer Metropolitan 16 September 1862 (1862-09-16) 527 203 184 51,685[51] 135,443[52] 7  
Shire of Mornington Peninsula Rosebud Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 723 279 214 124,891[53] 154,999[54] 11 Amalgamation of the shires of Flinders, Hastings and Mornington.  
Shire of Nillumbik Eltham Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 435 168 144 57,932[55] 61,273[56] 7  
City of Whittlesea South Morang Outer Metropolitan 12 December 1862 (1862-12-12) 490 189 399 113,784[57] 197,491[58] 11  
City of Wyndham Werribee Outer Metropolitan 6 October 1862 (1862-10-06) 542 209 387 84,861[59] 217,122[60] 11  
Shire of Yarra Ranges Lilydale Outer Metropolitan 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 2,470 954 61 137,113[61] 149,537[62] 9 Amalgamation of parts of the Shire of Lillydale, Shire of Healesville, Shire of Upper Yarra and parts of the Shire of Sherbrooke.  

SouthwestEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Colac Otway Shire Colac Southwest 1994 3,433 1,325 19,997[63] 20,972[64] 7  
Golden Plains Shire Bannockburn Southwest 1994 2,704 1,044 14,278[65] 21,688[66] 7  
City of Greater Geelong Geelong Southwest 1993 1,240 479 183,530[67] 233,429[68] 13  
Borough of Queenscliffe Queenscliff Southwest 1863 9 3 3,069[69] 2,853[70] 5  
Surf Coast Shire Torquay Southwest 1994 1,560 602 19,461[71] 29,397[72] 9  

Central Highlands and GoldfieldsEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
City of Ballarat Ballarat Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1994 740 286 79,794[73] 101,686[74] 9  
Shire of Central Goldfields Maryborough Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1995 1,534 592 12,247[75] 12,995[76] 7  
City of Greater Bendigo Bendigo Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1994 3,048 1,177 85,781[77] 110,477[78] 9  
Shire of Hepburn Daylesford Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1995 1,470 568 13,835[79] 15,330[80] 7  
Shire of Loddon Wedderburn Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1995 6,694 2,585 8,177[81] 7,516[82] 5  
Shire of Macedon Ranges Kyneton Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1994 1,747 675 35,552[83] 46,100[84] 9  
Shire of Mitchell Broadford Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1994 2,862 1,105 27,391[85] 40,918[86] 9  
Shire of Moorabool Ballan Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1994 2,110 815 23,832[87] 31,818[88] 7  
Shire of Mount Alexander Castlemaine Central Highlands
and Goldfields
1995 1,529 590 16,141[89] 18,761[90] 7  

Goulburn ValleyEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Shire of Campaspe Echuca Goulburn Valley 1994 4,517 1,744 34,551[91] 37,061[92] 9  
City of Greater Shepparton Shepparton Goulburn Valley 1994 2,420 934 55,082[93] 63,867[94] 7  
Shire of Moira Cobram Goulburn Valley 1963 4,078 1,575 25,401[95] 29,112[96] 9  
Shire of Strathbogie Euroa Goulburn Valley 1994 3,302 1,275 9,119[97] 10,274[98] 7  

NortheastEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Alpine Shire Bright Northeast 1994 5,005 1,932 17,581[99] 12,337[100] 7  
Rural City of Benalla Benalla Northeast 2002 2,351 908 21,553[101] 13,861[102] 7 2001 Population includes Shire of Mansfield (de-amalgamated in 2002)  
Shire of Indigo Beechworth Northeast 1994 2,044 789 13,889[103] 15,952[104] 7  
Shire of Mansfield Mansfield Northeast 2002 3,892 1,503 8,534[105] 8,534[106] 5 2001 Population includes Rural City of Benalla (de-amalgamated in 2002)  
Shire of Murrindindi Alexandra Northeast 1994 3,889 1,502 13,060[107] 13,732[108] 7  
Shire of Towong Tallangatta Northeast 1994 6,673 2,576 5,942[109] 5,985[110] 5  
Rural City of Wangaratta Wangaratta Northeast 1997 3,764 1,453 25,608[111] 28,310[112] 7  
City of Wodonga Wodonga Northeast 1876 433 167 30,921[113] 39,351[114] 7  

GippslandEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Bass Coast Shire Wonthaggi Gippsland 1994 859 332 23,971[115] 32,804[116] 7  
Shire of Baw Baw Warragul Gippsland 1994 4,031 1,556 34,632[117] 48,479[118] 9  
Shire of East Gippsland Bairnsdale Gippsland 1994 20,931 8,082 37,792[119] 45,040[120] 9  
City of Latrobe Morwell Gippsland 1994 1,422 549 66,819[121] 73,257[122] 9  
South Gippsland Shire Leongatha Gippsland 1994 3,305 1,276 24,524[123] 28,703[124] 9  
Shire of Wellington Sale Gippsland 1994 10,989 4,243 39,158[125] 42,983[126] 9  

Western DistrictEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Rural City of Ararat Ararat Western District 1994 4,230 1,633 11,075[127] 11,600[128] 7  
Corangamite Shire Camperdown Western District 1994 4,404 1,700 16,554[129] 16,051[130] 7  
Shire of Glenelg Portland Western District 1994 6,213 2,399 19,259[131] 19,557[132] 7  
Shire of Moyne Port Fairy Western District 1994 5,478 2,115 14,989[133] 16,495[134] 7  
Pyrenees Shire Beaufort Western District 1994 3,433 1,325 6,354[135] 7,238[136] 5  
Shire of Southern Grampians Hamilton Western District 1994 6,652 2,568 16,484[137] 15,944[138] 7  
City of Warrnambool Warrnambool Western District 1855 120 46 28,574[139] 33,655[140] 7  

WimmeraEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Shire of Hindmarsh Nhill Wimmera 1995 7,527 2,906 6,260[141] 5,721[142] 6  
Rural City of Horsham Horsham Wimmera 1995 4,239 1,637 17,745[143] 19,642[144] 7  
Shire of Northern Grampians Stawell Wimmera 1995 5,918 2,285 12,616[145] 11,439[146] 7  
Shire of West Wimmera Edenhope Wimmera 1995 9,107 3,516 4,546[147] 3,903[148] 5  
Shire of Yarriambiack Warracknabeal Wimmera 1995 7,310 2,822 7,739[149] 6,674[150] 7  

The MalleeEdit

Local government area Council seat Region Year est. Land area Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2016 census)
Councillors
2012
Notes Map
km² sq mi
Shire of Buloke Wycheproof The Mallee 1995 8,004 3,090 6,959[151] 5,952[152] 7  
Shire of Gannawarra Kerang The Mallee 1995 3,732 1,441 11,378[153] 10,549[154] 7  
Rural City of Mildura Mildura The Mallee 1995 22,214 8,577 48,201[155] 53,878[156] 9  
Rural City of Swan Hill Swan Hill The Mallee 1995 6,103 2,356 20,637[157] 20,584[158] 7  

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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