Don't mess with our parks feedback survey

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Growling grass frog

Several parks in the Maribyrnong River and Stony Creek catchments suffer from ongoing littering issues. Litter and waste ends up in our waterways, reducing water quality and harming threatened species, like the Growling Grass Frog.

As part of the 'Don't mess with our parks' project Council is conducting a 3 month trial of the removal of rubbish bins in three parks to encourage a 'carry in, carry out' waste policy and we would like your feedback about the effectiveness of this trial. The results of the survey along with onsite monitoring will be used to evaluate the project and whether the removal of bins has resulted in less litter accumulating in the parks.

Please choose the park that you are visiting from the three tabs below.

  • Beevers Reserve, Kingsville
  • Bristow Reserve, Seddon or
  • Mappin Reserve, Seddon

Several parks in the Maribyrnong River and Stony Creek catchments suffer from ongoing littering issues. Litter and waste ends up in our waterways, reducing water quality and harming threatened species, like the Growling Grass Frog.

As part of the 'Don't mess with our parks' project Council is conducting a 3 month trial of the removal of rubbish bins in three parks to encourage a 'carry in, carry out' waste policy and we would like your feedback about the effectiveness of this trial. The results of the survey along with onsite monitoring will be used to evaluate the project and whether the removal of bins has resulted in less litter accumulating in the parks.

Please choose the park that you are visiting from the three tabs below.

  • Beevers Reserve, Kingsville
  • Bristow Reserve, Seddon or
  • Mappin Reserve, Seddon

Beevers Reserve, Kingsville

Consultation has concluded