Survey closes 06/06/2022. Winners will be contacted after
AMAZING PRIZES TO BE WON
3 x Free Coffee at Forage, Information Centre & Cafe
2 x Free pizza at Five Stags Bar & Restaurant
2 x $20 vouchers at Coffee Afloat
2 x $40 vouchers at New World Cromwell
5 x $20 vouchers at Cromwell Mitre 10
Thank you to the generous local businesses that have donated prizes for this survey and for their ongoing commitment to protecting and improving Lake Dunstan
For the first time in Lake Dunstan's 30 year history, the community is being asked to come together and share what they see for its future. Whether you are interested in the transition of the Kawarau arm, development of the shoreline, local biodiversity or access to recreational activities, be a crucial player in the lake’s future by sharing your opinions with us today.
"We are an independent not-for-profit community visioning organisation. We use a process based on workshops, surveys and working groups to assist local communities to draw up long term aspirational visions. The key is that the vision comes from, and is owned by the community. The process captures todays’ issues and problems but focusses on what long term success looks like so that the first steps towards reaching the end goal can be identified."
Working together to create a community vision
As part of our four-year Jobs for Nature project funded by Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) to improve areas of Lake Dunstan’s shoreline and discover the communities concerns and aspirations for its future, the Lake Dunstan Charitable Trust are thrilled to announce that Shaping our Future has been contracted to create a community vision for our extraordinary Lake Dunstan.
First survey a great success!
Thank you to everyone that completed the survey and attended the online workshops. We are now processing the data and will be launching our final survey soon.
It's never to late to give your feedback on the lake and share any concerns and recommendations for its future.
Feel free to email anytime and we will ensure its included in the report.
Listening to the next generation - 15/03/2022
On Tuesday 15th March, we had a busy day visiting Cromwell's three schools to listen to students concerns and recommendations for the lake's future so they can be part of the community vision report being created.
That evening we also had our final online workshop to connect with the community and learn all we can.