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This article is about the city in Victoria, Australia. For other cities, see Casey (disambiguation).Map of Melbourne showing City of Casey 252,382 (2011) (7th) 615.72/km (1,594.70/sq mi) 1994409.9 km (158.3 sq mi) Geoff AblettNarre WarrenSoutheast Metropolitan MelbourneNarre Warren North
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FrankstonCity of CaseyCardiniaMornington PeninsulaWesternport BayWesternport BayThe City of Casey is a local government area in Victoria, Australia in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Casey is Victoria’s most populous municipality, with a 2011 census population of 252,382. The municipality’s population growth rate during both 1996–2001 and 2001–2006 was higher, in absolute terms, than other rapidly growing outer Melbourne municipalities. It has an area of 409.9 square kilometres (158.3 sq mi).The City is named after Lord Casey, the 16th Governor-General of Australia, and was formed in 1994 by the merger of the City of Berwick with parts of shire of Cranbourne (including Cranbourne itself), as well as the Churchill Park Drive estate within the City of Knox.

1 Geography
2 Elected Council
3 Places of interest in Casey
4 Suburbs and towns
5 Sport
6 Media
7 See also
8 References
9 External links

Casey is spread between the base of the Dandenong Ranges in the north and Western Port Bay in the south. It features a wide variety of geographical features, due to its outer metropolitan location.The north, at the foothills of the Dandenongs, is primarily made up of large blocks of land used for grazing, with some small vineyards in operation. An Urban Growth Boundary has been in place since 2005 to protect this area from future residential subdivision.South of Cranbourne is largely farmland, used for market gardening and grazing. A small number of flower farms exist aroundJunction Village, along with the large Ingham’s plant at Clyde.The southern border of the city is formed by the Western Port Bay, and is the location of a variety of towns including Tooradin andWarneet. The coastal reserves, including the marshes at Tooradin, link up the eastern Western Port with the Mornington Peninsula, although the city excludes the Mornington Peninsula itself.The Cardinia border of the city is formed for some of the boundary by the Cardinia Creek, which is drained through channels into Western Port Bay at its southern end. The popular Riding of the Bounds event takes place along this border, in recognition ofBerwick’s sister city status with Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland, England.
Elected Council – The City of Casey is divided into six wards.
Balla Balla Ward – Cr Geoff Ablett
Edrington Ward – Cr Mick Morland and Cr Susan Serey
Four Oaks Ward – Cr Rafal Kaplon and Cr Rosalie Crestani
Mayfield Ward – Cr Gary Rowe and Cr Amanda Stapledon
Rivergum Ward – Cr Damien Rosario and Cr Wayne Smith JP
Springfield Ward – Cr Sam Aziz and Cr Louise Berkelmans
Elections are held every four years with voters in Balla Balla Ward electing one Councillor and all other wards electing two Councillors per ward. The eleven Councillors vote each year to elect a Mayor.Places of interest in Casey[edit]
Casey RACE – Recreation & Aquatic Centre
Casey Aquatic and Recreation Centre (ARC)
Cranbourne Community Theatre
Casey Fields
Westfield Fountain Gate
Lysterfield Lake Park
Monash University, Berwick Campus
Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park
Myuna Farm
Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne
The Factory – Rehearsal Centre for the Arts (Cranbourne)
The Shed (indoor skate park)
Wilson Botanic Park
Suburbs and towns[edit]The following suburbs, townships and rural localities are within the City of Casey:
Blind Bight
Botanic Ridge
Cannons Creek
Clyde North
Cranbourne East
Cranbourne North
Cranbourne South
Cranbourne West
Devon Meadows
Endeavour Hills
Fountain Gate (Narre Warren)
Hampton Park
Junction Village
Lysterfield South
Narre Warren
Narre Warren North
Narre Warren South
Sport[]The , an club (formerly ), represent Casey in the . Their home ground is at the Complex in . The team was founded in 1936, during the country’s economic depression.The also have their home ground at Casey Field