Scan the sign at your local park and have your say

Published on 25 November 2021

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Murray River Council residents will see a number of signs scattered around local parks and spaces, as council launches a new survey to gauge usage and satisfaction levels.

QR code signs will link users to a quick survey to help council understand how much the space is used and any improvements needed.

Mayor, Cr Chris Bilkey is encouraging the community to scan and complete the survey when they visit the sites.

“As part of our assets and service planning, we are currently focusing on our local playgrounds and park spaces and we want to make sure we get a good understanding of how they are used and how often they are used.”

Cr Bilkey said they want to hear from as many people as possible.

“We want ensure we have the information we need to help guide our maintenance and planning priorities, including how people feel about the condition of our parks and the facilities within them.”

“We want to get some accurate feedback and data, so please, if you use a park space and see our QR code sign, scan it and let us know!”

Council’s parks and open spaces survey is also available directly via the Your Say platform at


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