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City of Holdfast Bay
South Australia
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Population: 38,653
Density: 2358/km² (6,107.2/sq mi)
Area: 13.72 km² (5.3 sq mi)
Mayor: Stephen Patterson
Council Seat: Brighton
Region: Metropolitan Adelaide
State District: Bright, Morphett
Federal Division: Boothby, Hindmarsh
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Website: http://www.holdfast.sa.gov.au
LGAs around City of Holdfast Bay:
City of West Torrens City of West Torrens
City of Holdfast Bay City of Marion
City of Marion City of Marion
Brighton municipal offices
City of Holdfast Bay municipal offices in Brighton (formerly the Brighton Town Hall), opened in 1937.

The City of Holdfast Bay is a local government area in the south-western coastal suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.

History

The council was formed 1 January 1997, when the City of Glenelg and City of Brighton councils were amalgamated by the state government. As a result, there are two council offices, one in the historic Glenelg Library on Colley Terrace and the other on Jetty Road, Brighton.

Suburbs

Wards

The council is split into four ward divisions from which three councillors are elected to represent the area (excluding the mayor). They are the Glenelg Ward, Somerton Ward, Brighton Ward and Seacliff Ward.

Sister city

There is one Sister city to Holdfast Bay.

Japan Hayama, Kanagawa, Japan


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