City of Bunbury

City of Bunbury
Western Australia
Bunbury LGA WA.png
Location in Western Australia
Population: 34,626(2010)[1]
Established: 1871
Area: 65.7 km² (25.4 sq mi)
Mayor: David Smith
Council Seat: Bunbury
Region: South West
State District: Bunbury
Federal Division: Forrest
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Website: http://www.bunbury.wa.gov.au
LGAs around City of Bunbury:
Harvey Harvey
Indian Ocean City of Bunbury Dardanup
Capel Capel

The City of Bunbury is a Local Government Area in the South West region of Western Australia, covering an area of 65.7 square kilometres (25.4 sq mi) along the coast about 180 kilometres (112 mi) south of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The council is responsible for just over half of the Greater Bunbury metropolitan area, and the Port of Bunbury. As at 30 June 2010, Bunbury had an estimated population of 34,626, representing slightly over half the metropolitan population.

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History

In 1871, the Municipality of Bunbury was gazetted, and in 1899 the Bunbury Suburban Road District (which became the Bunbury Road District in 1908) followed. The two entities merged in 1950.

On 1 July 1961, the Municipality of Bunbury became a Town following the enactment of the Local Government Act 1960. In 1979 it attained City status.[2]

Wards

The town has 12 councillors and no wards. Each councillor serves a four-year term, and half-elections are held every two years. The mayor is directly elected.

Suburbs

Population

Year Population
1971 17,779
1976 19,513
1981 21,749
1986 23,031
1991 25,657
1996 26,490
2001 28,564
2006 29,336

References

  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 March 2011). "Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2009–10 - Western Australia". http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Products/3218.0~2009-10~Main+Features~Western+Australia?OpenDocument. Retrieved 10 May 2011. 
  2. ^ WA Electoral Commission, Municipality Boundary Amendments Register (release 2.0), 31 May 2003.

External links

Coordinates: 33°20′24″S 115°38′31″E / 33.340°S 115.642°E / -33.340; 115.642


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