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City of Moonee Valley


City of Moonee Valley

City of Moonee Valley
Location within Melbourne metropolitan area
Population 107,443 (2011)[1]
 • Density 2,442/km2 (6,320/sq mi)
Established December 1994
Area 44 km2 (17.0 sq mi)
Mayor Cr Narelle Sharpe
Council seat Moonee Ponds
Region Metropolitan Melbourne
State electorate(s) Essendon
Federal Division(s) Maribyrnong, Melbourne
Website City of Moonee Valley
LGAs around City of Moonee Valley:
Brimbank Moreland Moreland
Brimbank City of Moonee Valley Moreland
Brimbank Maribyrnong Melbourne

The City of Moonee Valley is a local government area located within the metropolitan area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It comprises the north-western suburbs between 3 and 13 kilometres from the Melbourne city centre, and at the 2011 Census, the City had a population of 107,443.


  • History 1
  • Suburbs 2
  • Councillors 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The original logo

Moonee Valley was formed in December 1994 after the merger of the City of Essendon and eastern parts of the City of Keilor.

The original council logo from 1994 was replaced in February 2010.[2]



At the 2012 Council elections, the following persons were elected:

Buckley Ward

  • Narelle Sharpe
  • Jan Chantry
  • Paul Giuliano

Myrnong Ward

  • Cam Nation
  • Jim Cusack
  • Nicole Marshall

Rosehill Ward

  • John Sipek
  • Andrea Surace
  • Shirley Cornish

See also


  1. ^  
  2. ^ "Moonee Valley City Council - Moonee Valley Logo". Retrieved 2010-06-16. 

External links

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

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