Last month more than 40 people from Wye River and Separation Creek came together at a facilitated workshop to think about how we would like our community to be in the future.
The results of this workshop have been systematically and independently analysed and a draft vision for the future of our community has been produced:
Wye River and Separation Creek is a small, inclusive and respectful community in a place of great natural beauty that highly values the forest, beach and natural landscape and works to preserve and sustain them.
Community voices are valued and respected
Natural beauty is enhanced by small scale and informal facilities
Regeneration places high priority on indigenous flora and fauna
Development is sympathetic to the environment and of minimal impact
Risk is managed to maximise public health and safety
What do you think Wye and Sep should look and feel like in 5 and 10 years’ time? Have your say.
Click here to take the survey. It should take 5 – 10 minutes to complete.
The results of the survey will guide the ongoing development of the Resettlement Plan which shapes the future of our community, and the work of the Community Resilience Committee.
The survey will be open until mid-August.