Casey Growth Area
About the profile areas
The 2015 Estimated Resident Population for Casey Growth Area is 12,380, with a population density of 0.91 persons per hectare.
Location and boundaries
Casey Growth Area is bounded by Thompsons Road, the railway line, Breens Road, Evans Road, Cranbourne-Frankston Road, Ballarto Road, the suburb of Cranbourne, Botanic Drive, Ballarto Road, the South Gippsland Highway, Sunbird Way, Sinatra Way, Berwick-Cranbourne Road, a line running east of Collison Road, the suburb of Cranbourne East, a line running north of Donohue Street, Thompsons Road, Narre-Warren Cranbourne Road, Grices Road and a line running continuous of Grices Road in the north, the Cardinia Creek, McCormacks Road and Ballarto Road in the east, Wiltara Road, Yallambee Road, Manks Road, the South Gippsland Highway, a line running north of Facey Road and Browns Road, Browns Road, Pearcedale Road and Cranbourne-Frankston Road in the south, and the Westernport Highway in the west.
2015 ABS ERP
hectares (84 Km2)
persons per hectare
Settlement of the area dates from the mid 1800s, with land used mainly for farming and grazing. Some growth took place from the late 1800s into the early 1900s, spurred by the construction of the railway line. The most significant development occurred in the post-war years. Population was minimal until the 1970s. The population grew slightly between 1996 and 2006. Rapid growth took place between 2006 and 2011, with the population trebling in this period, a result of large numbers of new dwellings being added to the area. Population growth is expected to continue.
Casey Growth Area is a rural, rural-residential and rapidly developing residential area. Rural land is used mainly for market gardening, flower growing and grazing.
Major features of the area include Ranfurlie Golf Club, Settlers Run Golf Course, Casey Fields, Clyde Recreation Reserve, La Fontaine Winery, Cascades Wetlands, Pasadena Park and several schools.
Casey Growth Area encompasses the suburbs of Botanic Ridge and Junction Village, most of Clyde North, parts of Clyde, Cranbourne East, Cranbourne North and Cranbourne West, and small parts of Cranbourne South and Devon Meadows.