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Wards

 

New ward boundaries will come into effect at the Council election in October 2020. 

View the map of the new ward boundaries

Suburbs in Central Ward

  • Pakenham

Councillors for Central Ward

Suburbs and townships in Ranges Ward

  • Avonsleigh
  • Beaconsfield
  • Beaconsfield Upper
  • Clematis
  • Cockatoo
  • Dewhurst
  • Emerald
  • Gembrook
  • Guys Hill
  • Menzies Creek (part of) 
  • Mount Burnett
  • Nangana
  • Officer
  • Pakenham (part of) 
  • Pakenham Upper

Councillors for Ranges Ward

Councillors in Port Ward 

Suburbs and townships in Port Ward 

  • Bayles
  • Bunyip
  • Bunyip North
  • Caldermeade
  • Cardinia
  • Catani
  • Cora Lynn
  • Dalmore
  • Garfield
  • Gembrook (part of)
  • Heath Hill (part of)
  • Iona
  • Koo Wee Rup
  • Koo Wee Rup North
  • Lang Lang
  • Lang Lang East
  • Longwarry (part of)
  • Maryknoll
  • Modella (part of)
  • Monomeith
  • Nar Nar Goon
  • Nar Nar Goon North
  • Nyora (part of)
  • Officer South
  • Pakenham (part of)
  • Pakenham South
  • Rythdale
  • Tonimbuk
  • Tooradin (part of)
  • Tynong
  • Tynong North
  • Garfield North
  • Vervale
  • Yannathan

Step 1

Go to Community Compass

Step 2

Click on the search bar (with the magnifying glass) in the top left corner.

Step 3

Type in the suburb or township you live in and select it when it appears in the drop down menu. 

Step 4

Click on the Ward and Councillors tab to see which Ward you are in, and which Councillors represent that Ward.

  • Under the new Local Government Act which came into effect on 6 April 2020, 10 councils in Victoria are changing their electoral structure for the 2020 council elections – including Cardinia Shire.
  • Cardinia Shire Council is changing to 9 single-councillor wards. For information visit the Local Government Victoria website
  • This change will come into effect at the council election in October 2020.

View the map of the new ward boundaries here