The gardens are growing at the Tondoon Botanic Gardens.
The gardens are growing at the Tondoon Botanic Gardens. Paul Braven

Residents invited to give input to botanic gardens plan

Gladstone Regional Council is inviting residents to complete a community feedback survey to assist in the development of a 10-year strategic and business plan for the Tondoon Botanic Gardens.

Gladstone region Mayor Gail Sellers said the strategy would guide future development and management at the Gardens.

"As a key community asset, Council is seeking feedback and input from local residents and park users to assist in the preparation of the plan," Councillor Sellers said.

"The survey covers a range of topics to gauge the level of use and how the community perceives the Gardens and its purpose," Cr Sellers.

"This feedback will shape the concepts for future facilities, community use and environmental education programs."

Groups and individuals are invited to contribute to the planning process by completing this questionnaire or sending a written submission to Council at this address:

Tondoon Botanic Gardens Strategy & Business Plan
Gladstone Regional Council,
PO Box 29, Gladstone DC,
Qld, 4680.

The survey is also available online at Council's website here.

Surveys and submissions must be received by close of business Friday, 18 September 2015.



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