The City of Wyndham is a home to a growing and changing population.

Wyndham Snapshot

Visit the Quarterly Growth Indicators Map  map to visualise where the growth is occurring in Wyndham. 

Millennials and younger generations dominate the Wyndham population 58% of residents are 35 years or below. More than half of Wyndham household are families with children. The majority of these are households with childen undr 15 years old. Almost half of all Wyndham residents were born overseas.  They are from 162 different countries.

Wyndham Economy snapshot

Community Safety

Find out about crime and safety in Wyndham through the Crime Statistics Agency dashboard

Perceptions of Safety

Council's latest Annual Community Satisfaction Survey (2020) found that a higher number of respondents feel safe in public areas of Wyndham during the day when compared to at night. Two-thirds of respondents felt very safe in the public areas of the City of Wyndham during the day, a result that has been very consistent over time, and 21.9% felt “unsafe”. This result is likely to have been impacted, in part, by the COVID-19 pandemic

Council embraces every opportunity to partner with the State Government and Victoria Police to improve safety in public places.

Recent examples of this are:

  • The instillation of lighting through Eureka Drive Park, connecting the Wyndham Vale Train Station through to connecting paths;
  • Wyndham Street Parties - a pilot program running from March 2019 to March 2020 that saw residents host get-togethers in their streets. Along with benefits such as building friendships and making new connections with immediate neighbours, street parties contribute to safer streets. The better we know our neighbours, the safer our street will become.

Council have also completed a number of public space upgrades to promote connectedness and safety in public areas, such as the Wyndham Park project, and the commissioning of the Hoppers Junction Wall Mural.

Want to know more about Wyndham?

id The Population Experts provide demographic resources through in-depth profiles of local government areas and suburbs across Australia and New Zealand, including:

  • uses data from Australian Censuses between 1991 and 2016. The data tells a story about the characteristics of communities, how they are changing and how they compare to Greater Melbourne or Victoria.
  • outlines what is driving population change in the community and forecasts how the population, age structure and household types will change between now and 2041.
  • is a suite of online maps, showing the distribution of target populations and key socio-demographic characteristics based on the 2016 Census.
  • provides economic data and analysis annually.
  • For more information please contact:

Wyndham City Research Team

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