How would you like to see Stony Creek rehabilitated?

From planting trees and restoring habitats to increase biodiversity (eg. frogs, birds, fish), enhancing shading, community education programs and activities, interpretive signs, preventing litter and pollution, and improving accessibility and connectivity along the creek, we asked to hear what matters to you!

Thank you for participating!

Thank you to everyone who shared their ideas and aspirations for the long-term rehabilitation of Stony Creek. We are currently collating all the ideas which will be used in the two-day community workshop on Sunday 17 and Sunday 24 March. Your feedback will also help us to better understand your priorities and what matters most to you as we develop the rehabilitation plan.

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Your ideas and aspirations for rehabilitating Stony Creek

Although it is now closed, you can still read through the ideas and feedback that people shared by zooming in and clicking on the idea balloons on the map below. To filter through existing comments, use the filter icon at the top left hand side of the map. It allows you to turn on and off the different categories.
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Prioritise your preferences

Drag your preferences from the left column to the right to rank what’s most important to you.

  1. Waterway health – planting trees and other vegetation, habitat improvements for local biodiversity (eg. frogs, birds, fish) #
  2. Improving water quality – treating stormwater, litter control and preventing pollution #
  3. Access – improving access (eg. dog access) and connectivity to the creek, unrestricted views and recreational activities #
  4. Education – improving community and industry awareness and knowledge about the creek (eg. interpretive signs, educational programs and activities) #
  5. Amenity – cool and shady places to escape the busy urban landscape, to meet with friends and family, to exercise and connect with nature. #

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.