City of Devonport

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Devonport City Council
Tasmania
City of Devonport
Map showing the Devonport local government area.
Coordinates 41°12′28″S146°18′49″E / 41.2078°S 146.3137°E / -41.2078; 146.3137 Coordinates: 41°12′28″S146°18′49″E / 41.2078°S 146.3137°E / -41.2078; 146.3137
Population25,415 (2018) [1]
 • Density229.0/km2 (593.0/sq mi)
Established1 January 1907 [2]
Area111 km2 (42.9 sq mi) [1]
Mayor Annette Rockliff
Council seat Devonport
Region Devonport and surrounds
State electorate(s) Braddon
Federal Division(s) Braddon
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Website Devonport City Council
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Devonport City Council (or City of Devonport) is a local government body located in the city and surrounds of Devonport in northern Tasmania. The Devonport local government area is classified as urban and has a population of 25,415, [1] which also encompasses Lillico, Tugrah and part of Spreyton.

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History and attributes

The Devonport municipality was established on 1 January 1907, becoming a city council on 1 January 1981. [2] [3] Devonport was proclaimed a city by Charles, Prince of Wales on 21 April 1981, in a ceremony conducted on the Devonport Oval. The city motto is The City with Spirit, this gives reference to it being the home base for the passenger ferry ships Spirit of Tasmania I and Spirit of Tasmania II.

Devonport is classified as urban, regional and small (URS) under the Australian Classification of Local Governments. [4]

Government

NamePosition [5] Party affiliation
Annette RockliffMayor/ Alderman Independent
Charlie EmmertonAlderman Independent
Grant GoodwinAlderman Independent
Alison JarmanAlderman Independent
Sally MilbourneAlderman Independent
Lynn LaycockAlderman Independent
Jeff MatthewsAlderman Independent
Leon PerryAlderman Independent

Suburbs

SuburbCensus population 2016 [6] Reason
Aberdeen229
Ambleside 663
Coles BeachIncl. in Devonport
Devonport 13,759Includes Coles Beach, Highfield, Hillcrest
Don 643
East Devonport4,053Includes Pardoe Downs, Rannoch, Pannorama Heights
Eugenana 203
Forthside81
HighfieldIncl. in Devonport
HillcrestIncl. in Devonport
Lillico25
Melrose 102
Miandetta 1,852
Pardoe DownsIncl. in East Devonport
Pannorama HeightsIncl. in East Devonport
Quoiba 427
RannochIncl. in East Devonport
Spreyton 1,669
Stony Rise 643
Paloona
Tugrah 366
Total24,715
(19)Variance
Local government total24,696Gazetted Devonport Local Government Area

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