District Council of Barunga West
|District Council of Barunga West
Location of the District Council of Barunga West
|Population||2,434 (2015 est)|
|• Density||1.5929/km2 (4.1257/sq mi)|
|Area||1,528 km2 (590.0 sq mi)|
|Mayor||Cynthia Axford |
|Council seat||Port Broughton|
|Region||Yorke and Mid North|
|Website||District Council of Barunga West|
The council covers an area at the top of the Yorke Peninsula which includes the towns and localities of Alford, Bute, Clements Gap, Fisherman Bay, Kulpara, Melton, Ninnes, Port Broughton, Thomas Plain and Ward Hill, and parts of Mundoora, Paskeville, South Hummocks, Tickera and Willamulka.
It was formed in 1997 from the amalgamation of the District Council of Bute and the District Council of Port Broughton. The council takes its name from the Barunga Range in the eastern part of the council area.
The main industries are tourism and growing grain.
|Dean Dolling||Deputy Mayor|
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