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Councillor Jack Wegman

Councillor Jack Wegman

Cr Jack Wegman

  • [email protected]
  • Phone: 9835 7843
  • Mobile: 0417 525 559
  • Post: Private Bag 1, Camberwell VIC 3124


Cr Wegman has been a City of Boroondara resident for more than 35 years in Burwood, and for the past 25 years in Camberwell. He loves the people, the surrounds and amenity. Camberwell Junction, he says, is just a great place to hang around.

Cr Wegman says being a Councillor gives him the opportunity to support the community on a high level with a say on budgets and the Council Plan, and to also help individuals in our community with smaller scale problems.

Memberships and associations

  • Australian Psychological Society
  • Market Research Society of Australia
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors

Council committees

  • Management Performance Review Committee
  • Junction Skate and BMX Park Advisory Group
  • Marketplace Development Fund
  • Boroondara Community Strengthening Grants Assessment Panel

Hobbies and interests

Not much time for hobbies when you're a Councillor!

Junction Ward newsletter

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Read the December 2019 edition

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History of Junction Ward

Camberwell Junction developed around the hotel licensed in 1857 by George Eastaway, which was built near where the main roads meet.

The area was formerly known as Red Gum Flat. Town Commons were set aside below, and a school, churches and Camberwell Town Hall built. This name was also used for residents across the boundary road in Hawthorn.

The Junction shopping centre spread to, and beyond, the new railway station in the 1880s. The name recalls the original village established around the Camberwell Cross, or crossroads.

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