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Cape Bruny is in the local government area of 'Kingborough'. The 'Kingborough' local government area is classified as a 'Municipality'.
The Kingborough local government area includes around 42 cities, towns, villages and localities including Kingston (pop. around 15,000), Blackmans Bay (pop. around 15,000), Margate (pop. around 960), Snug (pop. around 790), Kettering (pop. around 310), Howden (pop. around 290), Woodbridge (pop. around 290), Middleton, Alonnah, Gordon, Birchs Bay, Leslie Vale, Lunawanna, Neika, Poverty Gully, Oyster Cove, Nierinna, Clennett Hills, Allens Rivulet and Dears Ridge.
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.
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