District council of the copper coast

District Council of the Copper Coast
South Australia
Location of the District Council of the Copper Coast
Population 12,901(2009)[1]
Established 1997
Area 773 km2 (298.5 sq mi)
Mayor Paul Thomas
Council seat Kadina
Region Yorke Peninsula
State electorate(s) Goyder
Federal Division(s) Grey
Website
LGAs around District Council of the Copper Coast:
Spencer Gulf District Council of Barunga West District Council of Barunga West
Spencer Gulf District Council of the Copper Coast District Council of Barunga West
District Council of Yorke Peninsula District Council of Yorke Peninsula District Council of Yorke Peninsula

The District Council of the Copper Coast is a local government area (LGA) in South Australia located in the Copper Coast region of the Yorke Peninsula.

The council was formed in May 1997 through the amalgamation of the former District Council of Northern Yorke Peninsula and Corporation of the Town of Wallaroo. The Council area is divided into four wards and is represented by a mayor and ten councillors.[2]

The four wards are centred on the four largest towns in the council area: Wallaroo, Kadina, Moonta and Paskeville.[3]

Localities

The three largest towns of the Copper Coast council area are Kadina (the seat), Wallaroo and Moonta. Other towns and localities under the council's jurisdiction include:[4]

  • Boors Plain
  • Cunliffe
  • Kadina: Jericho, Jerusalem, Matta Flat, New Town, Wallaroo Mines
  • Moonta: Cross Roads, East Moonta, Hamley, Kooroona, Moonta Bay, Moonta Mines, North Moonta, North Yelta, Paramatta, Port Hughes, Yelta
  • Paskeville
  • Thrington
  • Tickera
  • Wallaroo: North Beach
  • Wallaroo Plain
  • Warburto
  • Willamulka

See also

References

External links

  • Official site
  • Yorke Peninsula

Coordinates: 33°58′00″S 137°43′00″E / 33.9666666667°S 137.716666667°E / -33.9666666667; 137.716666667

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