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Find out who makes up our community, and where and how people live, and what they do. Investigate our local economy and housing. See what is changing and how we compare to Greater Melbourne or other places. Explore a range of interesting data from the ABS census and other data sets. Access demographic analysis and forecasts to see what our community might look like in 20 years time.
Our Geographic Information System (GIS) Team provides a Shire wide service for the provision of spatial information and analysis.
Public transport services on the Mornington Peninsula including buses, trains, this area is for those who have traditional connections to the land on which Council meets.
Learn more about what the Mornington Peninsula has to offer visitors: wild ocean beaches, protected bay beaches, seaside camping, wineries, local produce and more.
The Mornington Peninsula is one of Melbourne's greatest assets, characterised by unique townships, highly valued green wedge land, areas of national and international conservation significance and featuring around 10% of Victoria's total coastline.
The Shire has an important role to play in making sure that all community members can live, learn, work and recreate in environments that are good for their health and wellbeing.
The Shire as a Naming Authority under the Naming Rules is responsible for place names across the Peninsula with the exception of public spaces that are not owned or managed by the Shire such as Crown Land.