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About Our Community

The Mornington electoral district is an outer metropolitan and rural fringe electorate located approximately 46 kilometres south-east of Melbourne.

The district includes the towns of Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Moorooduc and Mornington.

David Morris was elected to represent the Legislative Assembly district in November 2006, and re-elected in 2010, 2014 and 2018

Click here to visit the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) website or click here to download a map of the district.

flying over the Mornington peninsula, the Pier in Mount Eliza
Mount Eliza
Bathing box beach house in the late afternoon sun, Mornington Australia 2018
Aerial panorama of playground and park near Mornington Pier with surrounding residential area in Melbourne, Australia
Mornington Foreshore
Moored boats near Mornington Pier at sunrise
Mornington Pier
Green harvested field and rural road - aerial landscape
Aerial view of picturesque beach huts on Mills Beach in Mornington, Victoria, Australia
Mornington Beach
Mount Martha
Mount Martha

Local News

What steps is the government taking to allow sailing to resume?

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (11:45): (2685) My constituency question is for the Minister for Fishing and Boating. It is on behalf of two constituents and the Mornington Yacht Club. The minister’s department has also received representations
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Forest Drive and Uralla Road – Why Are We Still Waiting?

I have frequently raised concerns about the condition of Nepean Highway between Balcombe Creek and Forest Drive in Mount Martha. The volume of traffic using that stretch of the road increased enormously when Peninsula Link
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SE Water Land Must be Protected

Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (14:09): I rise today to acquaint the house with developments—or rather the lack of development—on the status of the abandoned South East Water land in Kunyung Road, Mount Eliza. The land was
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Planning Minister – Call in this Application Now!

MR MORRIS (Mornington) (17:15): (2591) I raise a matter for the Minister for Planning. It relates to a planning application at 60–70 Kunyung Road, Mount Eliza, and the action I am seeking is that he
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Should the Kunyung Road Retirement Village Proceed? No!

Submission to the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council: I write to object to the granting of a planning permit for the above application. At 23,322 m², the sheer scale of this proposed development would warrant serious
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Proposed Retirement Village, Kunyung Road, Mount Eliza

The following letter was sent to all households in the 3930 postcode. The advertising period for this application expires on 15th May however the Council have confirmed that late submissions, up to the time the
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