Electoral Structure

The City of Manningham for electoral purposes is divided into three Wards, being Heide Ward, Koonung Ward and Mullum Mullum Ward. Each Ward is represented by three councillors making a Council of nine councillors.

A Ward is the electorate that a Councillor represents. It is broadly equivalent to a 'seat' in State or Federal elections.

Wards are devised on the basis of communities of similar interest or similar areas; and a statutory requirement for each Ward not to vary from other Wards in number of voters by more than plus or minus 10 per cent.

 
Council Wards
Council Wards

Heide Ward

  • Heide consists primarily of the suburbs of Bulleen, Templestowe and Lower Templestowe.
  • Heide Ward had 29, 310 voters for the 2012 election.

Koonung Ward

  • Koonung consists primarily of the suburbs of Doncaster and part of Doncaster East south of Doncaster Road.
  • Koonung Ward had 28,842 voters for the 2012 election.

Mullum Mullum Ward

  • The Ward consists primarily of the suburbs of Warrandyte, Wonga Park, Warrandyte South, Park Orchards and significant parts of Donvale, Doncaster East and Ringwood North.
  • Mullum Mullum Ward had 29,179 voters for the 2012 election.

Resources

More information on the Council election process, voting and standing for election can be found on the following websites.

Past Election Results

The results of past elections can be viewed on the Victorian Electoral Commission website.