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Mornington Peninsula ShirePopulation forecast

Red Hill - Red Hill South - Merricks North - Main Ridge - Arthurs Seat

About the forecast areas

The 2020 population forecast for Red Hill - Red Hill South - Merricks North - Main Ridge - Arthurs Seat is 2,868, and is forecast to grow to 2,915 by 2036.

This area is bounded by Arthurs Seat State Park, Tumbywood Rd, a line running north-south originating at Tumbywood Rd near White Hill Rd to Dunns Creek Rd near Gibb Rd, Dunns Creek Rd, a line running north-south following Bulldog Creek Rd and Foxeys Rd in the north, a line running east-west following Dunns Creek and in the east, Tumbywood Rd, Arthurs Seat State Park and a line running north-south ending at Pegs Beach in the south and by Port Phillip Bay in the west. in the north, Balnarring Rd, a line running north-south, originating near the Bittern-Dromana Rd and Balnarring Rd intersection, Stanleys Rd, a line running north-south, following the alignment of Tonkins Rd in the east, Point Leo Rd, a line running between Hillcrest Rd and Point Leo Rd, Hillcrest Rd, Shoreham Rd, Shands Rd, a line bounding the south of the Main Ridge Flora Reserve, Mornington-Flinders Rd, Baldrys Rd and Main Creek in the south and a line joining Wallermerriyong Rd, Hyslops Rd, a line running north-south between two bays walking track and the intersection of Latrobe Pde and Bayview Rd in the west.

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