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Penguin is in the local government area of 'Central Coast'. The 'Central Coast' local government area is classified as a 'Municipality'.
The Central Coast local government area includes around 39 cities, towns, villages and localities including Ulverstone (pop. around 9,500), Penguin (pop. around 2,900), Turners Beach (pop. around 1,300), Sulphur Creek (pop. around 350), Forth (pop. around 350), Heybridge (pop. around 320), Gawler (pop. around 250), Leith (pop. around 210), Smiths Plains, Warringa, South Preston, Dial Range, Gunns Plains, The Three Brothers, Ferndene, Howth, Gunns Plains Cave, Riana, West Pine and Heka.
A local government area (abbreviated as 'LGA') is an area controlled by a local government. Local government areas can provide a useful way to group statistical information.
If you're interested in Cities, Towns and Villages then you may also be interested in Suburbs/Regional Areas.