City of Manningham
Notes - geography
Census geography overview
Census data is available at a variety of different geographic levels such as State, Capital City, Local Government Area, Suburb and Postal Area. These areas are created by aggregating smaller units of geography together into a 'best fit.'
The boundaries available from the ABS rarely match actual 'communities', 'suburbs' or 'service catchments' needed for effective decision making, and even if they do, they are seldom available on the same geographic basis over time, making it very difficult to identify trends in population characteristics based on meaningful areas.
For the 2011 Census, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) implemented a brand new geographic structure, which is based on labour force areas. This is known as the Australian Standard Geography Standard, and uses the base unit of the SA1 (Statistical Area Level 1). These build into SA2s, SA3s, SA4s and Greater Capital City Areas.
For previous Censuses the base building block was called a Census Collector District. Census Collector Districts aggregated to Local Government Areas.
Local Government Areas are available from the 2011 Census output. They are created by aggregating SA1s. However these SA1s do not sum exactly to Local Government boundaries, making geographic breakdowns problematic, and time series even more difficult.
profile.id resolves all of these issues to create a meaningful geography that can be analysed over a long time period.
City of Manningham geography
This profile provides Census data for the City of Manningham broken down into small areas based on customised suburbs/localities.
For the 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Census years these small areas are created by aggregating Census Collection Districts. For the 2011 Census they are created by aggregating Statistical Area Level 1 units.
Where SA1s or CCDs do not fit exactly into a suburb or locality boundary, estimates are made in each Census year of the number of dwellings to be included. These estimates use aerial photography, dwelling counts, planning schemes, and street directories to determine what percentage of each SA1 or CCD to include in the suburb.
This means that regardless of the Census year, and the changes in ABS output boundaries, the data presented in profile.id exactly matches the suburb/locality boundary. This provides the most accurate population information for suburbs and localities and a meaningful time series for the current geography.
NOTE: The geography in the Community Profile tables may not match the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) SA2, state suburb or postal area boundaries, which are based on aggregation of whole SA1s and are not comparable to previous Census years.
The City of Manningham has 13 small areas:
Bulleen is bounded by the Yarra River in the north and west, Sheahans Road, Morang Avenue, Pleasant Road, Russell Street, Gisborne Street, Rose Avenue, Tasker Street, Thompsons Road, Manningham Road and Ayr Street in the east, and Willow Bend, the Eastern Freeway and Koonung Creek in the south.
Doncaster (inc. Doncaster Hill)
Doncaster (inc. Doncaster Hill) is bounded by Manningham Road, Melaleuca Avenue, Ironbark Drive, Palmerston Avenue, Manningham Road, Williamsons Road and Ruffey Creek in the north, Victoria Street and Wetherby Road in the east, Koonung Creek and the Eastern Freeway in the south and Outhwaite Avenue and Ayr Street in the west.
Doncaster East is bounded by Blackburn Road and a line running between The Parkway and Target Road in the north, Mullum Mullum Creek, Reynolds Road, Springvale Road, Powers Street, Butterfly Gardens, Our Lady of the Pines Primary School, Fullwood Parade, Polaris Drive, Hunt Street, Woodhouse Road, Wembley Gardens, Tunstall Square Shopping Centre and Tunstall Road in the east, Koonung Creek in the south and Wetherby Road, Victoria Street and King Street in the west.
Donvale is bounded by Reynolds Road and the suburb of Warrandyte in the north, Tindals Road, Mullum Mullum Creek, the suburb of Park Orchards and Glenvale Road in the east, Mullum Mullum Creek, the City of Whitehorse, Mitcham Road, Lemon Grove, Worrrell Street, Springvale Road and Koonung Creek in the south and Tunstall Road, Tunstall Square Shopping Centre, Wembley Gardens, Woodhouse Road, Hunt Street, Fulwood Parade, Our Lady of the Pines Primary School, Butterfly Gardens, Powers Street and Springvale Road in the west.
Park Orchards - Ringwood North
Park Orchards - Ringwood North is bounded by Stintons Road, the suburb of Warrandyte, a line running south of Minter Court, Knees Road and lines between Knees Road and Ringwood-Warrandyte Road in the north, Ringwood-Warrandyte Road, Kendall Road, Hall Road, Colman Road, the City of Maroondah and Old Warrandyte Road in the east, Williams Road, Smedley Road, Oban Road and the City of Manningham in the south and Mullum Mullum Creek and Tindals Road in the west.
Templestowe is bounded by the Yarra River in the north and west, the suburbs of Warrandyte and Doncaster East and Blackburn Road in the east, and King Street, Victoria Street and Ruffey Creek in the south.
Templestowe Lower is bounded by the Yarra River in the north, Ruffey Creek and Williamsons Road in the east, Manningham Road, Palmerston Avenue, Ironbark Drive, Melaleuca Avenue and Manningham Road in the south and Thompsons Road, Tasker Street, Rose Avenue, Gisborne Street, Russell Street, Pleasant Road, Morang Avenue and Sheahans Road in the west.
Warrandyte - Warrandyte South
Warrandyte - Warrandyte South is bounded by the Yarra River in the north, Jumping Creek in the east, Maroondah City, Colman Road, Ringwood-Warrandyte Road, a line running between Ringwood-Warrandyte Road and Knees Road, Knees Road, a line running south of Minter Court, Stintons Road, Tindals Road, the suburb of Donvale and Reynolds Road in the south, and Mullum Mullum Creek and the suburb of Templestowe in the west.
Wonga Park is bounded by the Yarra River in the north, Lower Homestead Road, Homestead Road and Brushy Park Road in the east, Holloway Road and the proposed Northern Arterial Road in the south and Jumping Creek in the west.
Doncaster Hill is centred around the intersection of Doncaster Road, Williamsons Road and Tram Road. Doncaster Hill is bounded by Westfield Drive, Roseville Avenue, Goodson Street, Toorana Street and Board Street in the north, Corella Street and J.J. Tully Drive in the east, Whittens Lane, Hepburn Road, Gifford Road, a line running between Gifford Road and Frederick Street, Frederick Street, Merlin Street, Tram Road and a line running between Tram Road and Carawatha Road in the south and Carawatha Road, Bayley Grove, Firth Street, Meader Street, Rathmullen Quadrant, Sovereign Point Court and Williamsons Road in the west.
Heide Ward is bounded by the Yarra River in the north, Mullum Mullum Creek, The Parkway and Blackburn Road in the east, King Street, Williamsons Road and Manningham Road in the south, and Thompsons Road and Koonung Creek in the west.
Koonung Ward is bounded by Thompsons Road, Manningham Road, Williamsons Road and King Street in the north, Blackburn Road, Doncaster Road and Tunstall Road in the east, the Koonung Creek in the south, and the Eastern Freeway in the west.
Mullum Mullum Ward
Mullum Mullum Ward is bounded by the Yarra River in the north, Lower Homestead Road, Homestead Road, Brushy Park Road, Holloway Road, Yarra Road, Gatters Road, the proposed Northern Arterial Road and Gibson Road in the east, Maroondah City, Old Warrandyte Road, Warrandyte Road, Williams Road, Glenvale Road, Mullum Mullum Creek, Chippewa Avenue, Mitcham Road, Worrell Street, Springvale Road and Koonung Creek in the south, and Tunstall Road, Doncaster Road, Blackburn Road, The Parkway and Mullum Mullum Creek in the west.