As a Primary Care Partnership, enliven’s catchment includes the south eastern Melbourne local government areas of Greater Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia.

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Catchment profiles

Cardinia Shire

The current population is expected to nearly double by 2036, with 5 families moving into Cardinia Shire each day. Children aged 0-9 make up 16% of the total population.

Click here to access Cardinia Shire’s Liveability Plan 2017 – 2029

City of Casey

Current population is 311,000 and is forecast to grow to 514,021 by 2041, with just over one third of residents below the age of 25 years, and 10.6% being 65 years and over. Casey has the largest number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents in Melbourne. Overseas born residents constitute 40.5% of residents, with 38% speaking languages other than English.

Click here to access the City of Casey’s Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing plan 2017 – 2021

City of Greater Dandenong

Current population of approximately 161,000 people and the most culturally diverse locality in Victoria, with residents from over 160 different birthplaces and well over half (64%) of its population born overseas. Within this city and it’s adjoining municipalities, the 2016 Census recorded nearly 5,217 indigenous residents. In September 2017, there were 1,981 asylum-seekers residing in Greater Dandenong.

Click here to access the City of Greater Dandenong’s Community Wellbeing Plan 2017 – 2021

As a registered charity and incorporated organisation, enliven also supports organisations and communities beyond its PCP boundaries.