City of Moreland profile
The City of Moreland lies between 4 and 14 kilometres north of central Melbourne.
It is bordered by the Moonee Ponds Creek to the west, Merri Creek to the east, Park Street to the south and the Western Ring Road to the north.
The City of Moreland covers the suburbs of Brunswick, Brunswick East, Brunswick West, Coburg, Coburg North, Fawkner, Glenroy, Gowanbrae, Hadfield, Oak Park, Pascoe Vale, and Pascoe Vale South. Small sections of the suburbs of Fitzroy North and Tullamarine are also part of the City of Moreland.
The estimated resident population of Moreland in 2019 was 185,767 people.
Moreland Community Profile
Moreland Community Profile website has detailed statistical and demographic information about Moreland and its suburbs based on results from the latest Census and previous Censuses of Population and Housing. The site is updated with population estimates when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) releases new figures.
Maps of Moreland
Community Atlas for Moreland lets users produce maps of the 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics Census of Population and Housing data for Moreland.
Moreland Population and Household Forecasts
Population and household forecasts for Moreland may be accessed via the link given below. Moreland population and household forecasts is commissioned by Council and provides forecasts at the level of suburbs.
Moreland Health and Wellbeing Profile 2020
The Community Wellbeing and Research Teams have produced a series of briefs on the health and wellbeing of Moreland residents and the environment they live in. These briefs are version one and provide the baseline and summary analysis for a range of health and wellbeing themes. These briefs will be updated with further analysis and next version of the briefs are planned to be available in December 2020.
- Healthy Food Environment updated data
- Alcohol Tobacco Gambling Environment
- Active and Green Living
- Local Living
- Local Identity & Participation
- Learning Environment
- Safe Environment updated data
- Safe & Affordable Housing
- Healthy livelihoods
- Physical Health
- Mental Health
Vulnerable population in Moreland
The Moreland City Council research team is producing series of summary briefs that provide data on vulnerable population groups in Moreland at the suburb level. This is intended to provide information to help inform COVID-19 response efforts.
Please contact the research team for further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9240 1111.
- People living alone (PDF 254Kb)
- Access to internet (PDF 403Kb)
- Elderly, children and other age groups (PDF 784Kb)
- Families (PDF 361Kb)
- Language barriers (PDF 458Kb)
- Family violence (PDF 133Kb)
- People living with a disability (PDF 255Kb)
- Older persons (PDF 289Kb)
- Households experiencing financial hardship (PDF 502Kb)
- Resident unemplyment profile