Melton City Council

Melton City Council has 3 wards, with 9 councillors total:

  • one ward with 2 councillors
  • one ward with 3 councillors
  • one ward with 4 councillors.

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Current elections

Local council elections will be held by post this October.

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Council information

  • Current councillors

    Cambridge Ward

    Kathy Majdlik

    Steve Abboushi

    Goran Kesic

    Coburn Ward

    Bob Turner

    Ashleigh Vandenberg

    Sophie Ramsey

    Julie Shannon

    Watts Ward

    Lara Carli

    Justine Farrugia (countback results)

  • Electoral structure changes

    Melton City Council will have a new electoral structure at the council elections this October.

    It will have 10 wards with one councillor in each ward:

    • Bullum Bullum Ward
    • Cambrian Ward
    • Coolibah Ward
    • Hilltop Ward
    • Jackwood Ward
    • Lake Caroline Ward
    • Mount Atkinson Ward
    • Stringybark Ward
    • Sugar Gum Ward
    • Watts Ward.

    You will vote for one councillor to represent your ward.

    You can look at the new electoral structure on our interactive map.

    Find out more about the changes.

  • Past results
  • Previous council reviews

    2023-24 electoral structure review

    An electoral representation advisory panel reviewed Melton City Council's electoral structure in 2023-24.

    This review changed the electoral structure of this council. The changes will take effect at the October 2024 council election.

    Learn about this review.

    2015 representation review

    We reviewed the electoral structure of Melton City Council in 2015.

    Read the report:

  • Download map

    New council map

    This map shows the electoral structure and internal ward boundaries that will apply at the general election this October.

    Current council map

    This map shows the current electoral structure and internal ward boundaries. This electoral structure will expire at the general election this October.

    To view KML files, you will need geographic information systems (GIS) software such as Google Earth.