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Shire of Nillumbik

Shire of Nillumbik
Map of Melbourne showing Shire of Nillumbik
Population 60,342 (2011 census)
 • Density 138.72/km2 (359.3/sq mi)
Established 1994
Area 435 km2 (168.0 sq mi)
Mayor Cr Helen Coleman
Council seat Greensborough
Website Shire of Nillumbik
LGAs around Shire of Nillumbik:
Whittlesea Murrindindi Murrindindi
Whittlesea Shire of Nillumbik Yarra Ranges
Banyule Manningham Yarra Ranges

The Shire of Nillumbik is a local government area in Victoria, Australia. It contains outer northern suburbs of Melbourne and rural localities beyond the urban area. It has an area of 435 square kilometres and at the 2011 Census, the Shire had a population of 60,342. It was formed in 1994 from the merger of parts of the Shires of Eltham, Diamond Valley, Healesville and the City of Whittlesea. The Shire uses the tag-line The Green Wedge Shire.

Nillumbik was rated third of 590 Australian local government areas in the BankWest Quality of Life Index 2008.[1]


  • Localities 1
    • Suburbs 1.1
    • Towns, townships and rural localities 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4



Towns, townships and rural localities

See List of Melbourne suburbs for other Melbourne suburbs and municipalities.

See also


  1. ^ "BankWest Quality of Life Index 2008" (pdf). BankWest Quality of Life Index 2008. BankWest. 2008-08-20. p. 8. Retrieved 2008-09-03. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Public Transport Victoria local public transport map
  • Link to Land Victoria interactive maps
  • Yarra Plenty Library
  • Local Community Wiki
  • Living and Learning in Nillumbik

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