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City of Bayside

City of Bayside
Map of Melbourne showing City of Bayside
Population 96,329 (2009)[1]
 • Density 2,680/km2 (6,930/sq mi)
Established 1994
Area 36 km2 (13.9 sq mi)
Mayor Felicity Frederico
Council seat Sandringham
Website City of Bayside
LGAs around City of Bayside:
Port Phillip Port Phillip Glen Eira
City of Bayside Glen Eira
Port Phillip Kingston

The City of Bayside is a local government area in Victoria, Australia. It is within the southern suburbs of Melbourne. It has an area of 36 square kilometres and has an estimated population of 96,329 people.


  • History 1
    • City of Brighton 1.1
    • City of Sandringham 1.2
    • City of Moorabbin 1.3
    • City of Mordialloc 1.4
    • City of Bayside 1.5
  • Suburbs 2
  • Local government 3
    • Past Bayside Councillors 3.1
    • Past Bayside Councillors Post Boundary changes 3.2
    • Current Bayside Councillors 3.3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


City of Brighton

In 1858, after receiving two petitions, the Government proclaimed the Municipality of Brighton. Brighton was proclaimed a borough in 1863, a town in 1887, and a city in 1919.

City of Sandringham

The Moorabbin Road District was created in 1862 and became the Shire of Moorabbin in 1871. In 1917, parts of the West and South ridings were severed to create the Borough of Sandringham and three years later parts of the South and Cheltenham ridings were severed to create the Borough of Mentone and Mordialloc. The two boroughs became the Town of Sandringham and the Town of Mentone and Mordialloc in 1919 and 1923 respectively and Sandringham the City of Sandringham in 1923.

City of Moorabbin

Created a road district on 16 May 1862 and later proclaimed a shire in January 1871. A portion of Moorabbin Shire severed and annexed to Brighton Town in 1912 and a portion severed in 1917. The Borough of Mentone and Mordialloc was established in 1920 and re-subdivided in 1929 and later proclaimed a city in 1934.

City of Mordialloc

Created as the Borough of Mentone and Mordialloc by severance from Moorabbin Shire in May 1920. Redefined as a portion of Moorabbin Shire being severed and annexed in 1921. Declared a town in April 1923 and its name changed to Town of Mordialloc in April 1923 and later gazetted a city on 5 May 1926.

City of Bayside

On 14 December 1994 a new municipality was created to form Bayside City Council which comprises the former City of Brighton, the former City of Sandringham and part of the former City of Mordialloc west of Charman Road and part of the City of Moorabbin between the railway and Charman Road.

Bayside was rated eighth of 590 Australian Local Government Areas in the BankWest Quality of Life Index 2008.[2]


Local government

Past Bayside Councillors

Ward 1997 – 2000 2000 – 2003 2003 – 2005 2005 – 2008
Dendy Elizabeth Francis Gary Andrews Gary Andrews Kristin Stegley
Were Jill McKiggan Michael Heffernan Tim Ryan Clifford Hayes
Mair Alex del Porto Alex del Porto Alex del Porto Alex del Porto
Smith Graeme Disney Graeme Disney Mike Dwyer James Long
Clayton Craig Tucker Craig Tucker Andrew McLorinan Andrew McLorinan
Abbott Michael Harwood Nicholas Eden Chris Carroll Michael Norris
Charman Terry O'Brien Terry O'Brien Craig Tucker Terry O'Brien
Ebden Simon Russell Simon Russell Derek Wilson Derek Wilson
Moysey Vivien Kluger Ken Beadle Ken Beadle John Knight

Past Bayside Councillors Post Boundary changes

Ward 2008 - 2012 2008 - 2012 2008 - 2012
Central James Long Felicity Fredrico Simon Russell
Northern Clifford Hayes Ales del Porto
Southern Michael Norris Louise Cooper-Shaw

Current Bayside Councillors

Ward 2012 - 2016 2012 – 2016 2012 – 2016
Central James Long Felicity Frederico Stephen Hartney (to 2009) Bruce Lowe (from 2009)
Northern Michael Heffernan Alex del Porto
Southern Heather Stewart Laurence Evans

See also


  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (30 March 2010). "Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2008–09". Retrieved 4 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "BankWest Quality of Life Index 2008" (pdf). BankWest Quality of Life Index 2008. BankWest. 20 August 2008. p. 8. Retrieved 3 September 2008. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Metlink local public transport map
  • Link to Land Victoria interactive maps
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