Councillors and Elections
Western Port Ward
Local Council Elections 2020
In accordance with the Local Government Act 2020, all candidates in the election are required within 40 days after the Election Day to lodge an election campaign donation return with Council’s Chief Executive Officer.
The Chief Executive Officer must ensure a summary of each Election Campaign Donation Return is made available on Council's website.
The following candidates in the recent Bass Coast Shire Council General Election submitted an Election Campaign Donation Return in accordance with Section 306 of the Local Government Act 2020.
If you aged over 18, on the electoral roll, and looking for an opportunity to contribute to the future direction and development of your community, you should consider standing for Council.
Being a Councillor provides an exciting challenge and an opportunity to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of the local community. A Councillor’s role is exciting but also demanding, and prospective candidates need to find out what is involved before nominating for election.
Find out more about what it means to be a Councillor:
The Bass Coast Electoral Map below will assist you in locating which ward you reside in.
- Bunurong Ward
- Island Ward
- Western Port Ward
We have adopted an Election Period Policy and Procedural Guidelines to explain how we will conduct our business immediately before an election.
This is to ensure that Council elections are not compromised by inappropriate electioneering by existing Councillors and to safeguard the authority of the incoming Council.