Have your say on the future of your landscapes
How to get involved
You can participate in shaping our Five Year Landscape Plan. Here’s how:
Join one of our online forums - links below. Hear from board members and staff about their vision for the Hills and Fleurieu region. Consider ideas put forward so far and suggest possible changes.
Online Forum: Mon 7 December 1pm-4pm Book through Eventbrite
Online Forum: Tues 8 December 4pm-7pm Book through Eventbrite
Enter the student drawing and photography competition. Draw or photograph what is special for you about nature or your local landscape. Win great prizes! Open to students from reception to year 12, living or attending school in the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board region. Entries close 5pm Tue Dec 8.
Fill out an online community survey - this guides you through the board’s five draft priorities, and seeks your feedback on possible focus areas for action. We want to hear what’s important for you. It will take 10-15 minutes. Survey closes Fri Jan 8, 2021.
You can also do the survey on your mobile phone, using this QR code. Open your phone’s camera and hold it up to the code – you will be taken to the online survey.
About the plan
The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is developing a Five Year Landscape Plan to guide the management of our region’s landscapes. We want this region to become an international exemplar; known for its healthy, productive, resilient and beautiful landscapes, achieved through whole community action.
We invite you to help create a plan that captures the community’s values and provides a clear vision, targets and priorities for action. Everyone is welcome to participate, regardless of whether you are a landholder, volunteer, stakeholder, student, council elected member, or anyone else living, working or spending time in the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula.
In developing the draft priorities for the Five Year Landscape Plan, the board has suggested five priorities across the areas of Land, Water, Nature, Climate and Community. The Board sees these priorities as deeply interconnected and requiring interconnected responses linked by strong community involvement.
Community, and the capacity and motivation of people to take action is seen as critical to all aspects of managing and protecting our landscapes.
After hearing the community’s ideas on the region’s priorities and how they might be achieved, the board will finalise a draft Plan for consultation with the community in February 2021. This Plan will be finalised by July 2021.