What is the aim of developing a Masterplan for Myuna Farm?
The Myuna Farm Masterplan aims to provide a clear and concise strategic direction for the ongoing, long term, sustainable development of this unique, community facility.
The continued growth in popularity identified in the rapidly growing attendance numbers presents challenges that have required a comprehensive investigation into the current operating practices, provision of services, infrastructure usage, visitation numbers and fluctuations, management model, financial viability and sources of capital funding, relevant to the development of the Myuna Farm Masterplan.
What is included in a Masterplan?
The Masterplan has identified future opportunities that will allow the farm to continue to grow whilst still retaining the essential attributes and elements which make Myuna Farm such a positive and successful community icon.
This Masterplan will:
Ensure that Myuna Farm is well utilised in the short and long term.
Design developments that will provide improved accessibility to a wide cross-section of the community.
Enable Myuna Farm to continue to facilitate learning about environmental sustainability and agricultural through education programs.
Enable Myuna Farm to continue to offer hands on experiences to a wide range of user groups.
Maintain and improve animal husbandry procedures, animal handling and living conditions of animals kept at Myuna Farm.
Enhance the user experience through improved aesthetics and functionality of the layout and building design which will subsequently drive attendance
How will the Masterplan be implemented?
This community consultation phase values the input received, the feedback forms a vital component that supports and guides council in adopting the Myuna Farm Masterplan.
The Masterplan implementation outlines an approach that will accommodate current visitation and prepare for growing numbers in the future. The plan appropriately addresses the inherent risks and problems that arise from rapid growth; including improving the flow of visitors through the site; making the site easier to navigate, the dispersion of crowds, accommodate parking requirements. The Masterplan will guide council to implement the development stages over 5 years and beyond.
Where can I get more information?
For more information, please contact Myuna Farm on 9706 9944 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I have my say?
Tell us what you think by submitting your ideas, filling out our survey, entering a quick poll or please call us with your feedback on 9706 9944.
You can also send written comments with your full name and contact details to:
Myuna Farm, PO Box 1000, Narre Warren, VIC 3805
Or Email: email@example.com
What are the competition terms and conditions?
This competition is open to people living in the City of Casey (excludes Council staff and Councillors).
Competition closes Friday 7 August 2015 at 5.00 pm. No late entries accepted
There are three prizes for completing the survey and one prize for the best story to give away.
To be eligible to win the annual family membership, entrants must share a story on Myuna Farm Casey Conversations page by the 5.00 pm Friday 7 August 2015.
To be eligible to win the family passes and rides tickets, entrants must complete a survey by 5.00 pm Friday 7 August. Winners will be selected at random to win a complementary Family Pass to Myuna Farm that includes 5 free ride tickets.
The prizes cannot be redeemed for cash.
Prize winners will be notified via the email address provided when registering to participate in the Casey conversations community feedback page.
Winners for the annual membership prize will be chosen by the project working group by 5.00 pm Friday 14 August 2015.