City of Casey
The City of Casey is located in Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs. The City encompasses a total land area of about 400 square kilometres. The City of Casey is a rapidly developing residential area, with large areas of land still allocated for urban development, and surrounding rural areas. Rural land is used mainly for grazing, horse agistment, market gardening and flower growing, with substantial areas of open space/parklands.
The key employment sectors in the City of Casey are retail trade, education and training, manufacturing, health care and construction. The major retail centres are Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre and Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre, with bulky goods shopping at Casey Lifestyle Centre, Cranbourne Home (Homemaker Centre) and Hallam Showplace. Smaller retail centres include Amberly Park Shopping Centre, Berwick Marketplace, Casey Central Shopping Centre, Eden Rise Village Shopping Centre, Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, Hallam Shopping Centre, Hampton Park Shopping Centre, Hunt Club Village Shopping Centre, Lynbrook Village Shopping Centre, Marriott Waters Shopping Centre, Parkhill Plaza Shopping Centre, Pearcedale Village Shopping Centre, Sandhurst Centre, Springhill Shopping Centre, The Avenue Village Shopping Centre and Thompson Parkway Shopping Centre. The City of Casey is home to Federation University (Berwick Campus), Chisholm Institute of TAFE (Berwick and Cranbourne Campuses and Berwick TEC), and numerous primary and secondary schools. The main industrial areas are located in a band stretching from the south-western part of Hallam to the south-west of Narre Warren, with a large industrial area in the south of Hampton Park, and smaller industrial areas in Cranbourne and the north-western part of Lynbrook. The main health care facilities in the City of Casey are Casey Hospital, St John of God Berwick Hospital and Cranbourne Integrated Care Centre.
NOTE: The land use shown in the map is derived from ABS Mesh Block categories. Mesh Blocks broadly identify land use and are not designed to provide definitive land use. It is purely an indicator of the main planned land use for a Mesh Blocks. For more information please refer to ABS Mesh Block categories.
Major Industrial Precincts