Metung-Nungurner District includes Metung, Nungurner, Kings Cove, Tambo Bluff and Tambo Bay.
Located on a thin peninsula on the shores of Lake King and Bancroft Bay, the tranquil village of Metung is primarily a residential area with a high proportion of non-resident owners. It is almost entirely surrounded by water and is a popular boating area and a favourite destination for holidaymakers.
Council recently celebrated the completion of two major projects in the area, including stage one of the upgraded Metung Marina, which created 50 new berths, and a significant upgrade to the play space in Metung’s Patterson Park. These projects contribute to Council’s vision of building a thriving, vibrant and liveable East Gippsland.
Nearby Nungurner is as a small residential lakeside hamlet with high environmental values and natural habitat with an attractive lake foreshore as the focal point of the community.
Learn more about Council’s plans for Metung and Nungurner by clicking on the links below.
Metung Village Centre Master Plan
Metung Urban Design Framework
Nungurner Urban Design Framework
Metung and Mosquito Point Foreshore Management Plan
Metung Nungurner Community Plan
Naturally Nungurner Flora and Fauna Brochure
For further information about plans and projects in East Gippsland Shire, please email, phone 5153 9500 or sign up to receive updates by email.
The Metung Village Centre Master Plan will assist to guide the function and look of the Village’s public spaces over the next 20 years, providing a structure for future works and management.
It will build on the work already undertaken in Patterson Park, and identify and preserve what makes Metung special while proposing new works to enhance the township. To do this work we are looking for your suggestions and ideas on what makes Metung special, what you would like to fix and your big ideas for the town.
Consultation for the Master Plan is starting in December 2016 via council's engagement portal, and will continue until the end of February. It is anticipated that the draft Master Plan will be released for comment in mid-2017.
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These documents were produced in 2007. They provide strategic guidance for the future development of Metung.
Urban Design Framework (PDF 12.4Mb)
Zoning and Overlay Controls1 (PDF 2.10Mb)
Zoning and Overlay Controls2 (PDF 528Kb)
Urban Design Analysis (PDF 1.71Mb)
Strategy Plan (PDF 422Kb)
Master Plan (PDF 689Kb)
Master Plan 3D (PDF 486Kb)
These documents were produced in 2007. They provide strategic guidance for the future development of Nungurner.
Urban Design Framework (PDF 12.4Mb)
Vegetation Quality Plan (PDF 341Kb)
Zoning and Overlay Controls (PDF 499Kb)
Urban Design Analysis (PDF 3.55Mb)
Strategy Plan (PDF 413Kb)
Master Plan (PDF 372Kb)
This Plan was produced in 2005. It outlines the land and asset management requirements for the area and includes a detailed Action Plan.
Metung and Mosquito Point Foreshore Management Plan (PDF 2.27Mb)
Metung-Nungurner District Community Plan 2012-2017 (PDF 4Mb)
The Naturally Nungurner brochure was produced by Nungurner Landcare with the aim to show local people and visitors to the area some of the wonderful plants, birds and animals in Nungurner. It can also be used as a guide for understanding how to create conditions that help our native flora and fauna co-exist within the community.
A high resolution copy of the brochure is available if desired, as are hard copies. Please email Nungurner Landcare for more information.
Naturally Nungurner Flora and Fauna Brochure (PDF 1.2Mb)
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