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Casey Council Victoria

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Population:299,991 (in 2014)
Land area:813 sq km
Suburb nameMedian priceMedian rental
Berwick$722,500 $433
Blind Bight$559,200 $384
Botanic Ridge$716,000 $442
Cannons Creek$554,400 $368
Clyde$545,500 $401
Clyde North$586,300 $416
Cranbourne$549,900 $363
Cranbourne East$568,400 $404
Cranbourne North$567,600 $407
Cranbourne South$916,400 $536
Cranbourne West$523,300 $393
Devon Meadows$916,200 $531
Doveton$470,200 $341
Endeavour Hills$633,700 $413
Eumemmerring$542,200 $368
Hallam$546,700 $389
Hampton Park$503,000 $371
Harkaway$1,208,000 $476
Junction Village$535,800 $392
Lynbrook$635,000 $425
Lyndhurst$665,300 $360
Lysterfield South$1,151,100 $726
Narre Warren$588,900 $387
Narre Warren North$1,298,200 $628
Narre Warren South$661,500 $425
Pearcedale$702,200 $455
Tooradin$866,000 $423
Warneet$584,900 $347
The City of Casey is 40km south east of Melbourne. It is Victoria's largest and fastest-growing municipality and the dominant growth area for south-eastern Melbourne. Casey is also the third-fastest growing council in Australia behind the Gold Coast and Brisbane City Councils. It has five distinct geographic regions stretching from the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges to the coastal villages of Western Port Bay. Urban development is concentrated in the northern part of the municipality. The main industries include building construction, agriculture, and building structure services.

Expenditure ($)198.935m203.501m189.830m164.459m
Revenue ($)309.403m247.343m228.892m205.412m
 - Charges ($)149.993m137.358m124.846m112.274m
 - VGC Grants ($)16.342m16.199m15.453m14.824m

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