Review of Ward Boundaries

This project has concluded. To find out more about the City's ward boundaries, see the City's website.

The City of South Perth is undertaking a review of its ward system to comply with the requirements of the Local Government Act 1995 and a discussion paper has been prepared to assist informing the community of the review.

The Review of Ward Boundaries and Representation Discussion Paper was endorsed to go out for public comment by Council at its September 2018 meeting. Thanks to everyone who provided feedback.

At their November meeting, Council resolved to recommend the following changes to the Local Government Advisory Board (the Board):

  • Mill Point Ward to be reduced in size and have its boundary re-align along Hensman Street between Coode Street, Labouchere Road and South Terrace;
  • Manning Ward to be increased in size to have its boundary re-align to include the area south of Gentilli Way, extending from Mount Henry Road to the foreshore east of the Kwinana Freeway. Additionally, it is proposed that the ward will exclude the area bounded by Jackson Road and Henley Street;
  • Moresby Ward to be increased in size to include the area formerly within the Manning Ward bounded by Jackson Road and Henley Street; and
  • Como Ward to be reduced in size and have its boundary extended to include the area formerly within Mill Point bounded by Coode Street, Labouchere Road and South Terrace. Additionally, it is proposed that the ward will exclude the area bounded by the foreshore, Gentilli Way and Mount Henry and Edgewater Roads.

The minutes and attachments are available in the Document Library.

The above changes to the ward boundaries have been endorsed by the Local Government Advisory Board and the Minister for Local Government; Heritage; Culture and the Arts. They were published in the Western Australian Government Gazette on Friday 10 May 2019 and will be in place for the next ordinary local government election in October 2019.

The City of South Perth is undertaking a review of its ward system to comply with the requirements of the Local Government Act 1995 and a discussion paper has been prepared to assist informing the community of the review.

The Review of Ward Boundaries and Representation Discussion Paper was endorsed to go out for public comment by Council at its September 2018 meeting. Thanks to everyone who provided feedback.

At their November meeting, Council resolved to recommend the following changes to the Local Government Advisory Board (the Board):

  • Mill Point Ward to be reduced in size and have its boundary re-align along Hensman Street between Coode Street, Labouchere Road and South Terrace;
  • Manning Ward to be increased in size to have its boundary re-align to include the area south of Gentilli Way, extending from Mount Henry Road to the foreshore east of the Kwinana Freeway. Additionally, it is proposed that the ward will exclude the area bounded by Jackson Road and Henley Street;
  • Moresby Ward to be increased in size to include the area formerly within the Manning Ward bounded by Jackson Road and Henley Street; and
  • Como Ward to be reduced in size and have its boundary extended to include the area formerly within Mill Point bounded by Coode Street, Labouchere Road and South Terrace. Additionally, it is proposed that the ward will exclude the area bounded by the foreshore, Gentilli Way and Mount Henry and Edgewater Roads.

The minutes and attachments are available in the Document Library.

The above changes to the ward boundaries have been endorsed by the Local Government Advisory Board and the Minister for Local Government; Heritage; Culture and the Arts. They were published in the Western Australian Government Gazette on Friday 10 May 2019 and will be in place for the next ordinary local government election in October 2019.

  • The comment period has now closed.

    Please complete the form below to give us your feedback on the Review of Ward Boundaries.

    The comment period closes at 4pm, Thursday 8 November 2018.

    Please complete the form below to give us your feedback on the Review of Ward Boundaries.

    The comment period closes at 4pm, Thursday 8 November 2018.

    This project has concluded. To find out more about the City's ward boundaries, see the City's website.