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Mineral springs feedback

June 5th, 2022Mineral springs feedback

The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning is seeking community input into how people use and value Victoria’s mineral springs.

The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning is seeking community input into how people use and value Victoria’s mineral springs.
A 10-year strategic master plan is being produced for publicly accessible mineral springs to guide land managers in future planning, investment and promotion.
DELWP Land and Built Environment regional manager Daniel McMahon said naturally occurring mineral springs were a valuable resource and recognised for their historical, cultural, social and economic values.
DELWP has released an online survey seeking feedback from visitors to the mineral springs reserves on: What people value about the mineral springs; Which mineral springs are preferred and why; How people know where the mineral springs are located; and How people consume, collect and store mineral water.
The survey, at www.engage.vic.gov.au/mineral-springs-masterplan, closes on July 10.
The majority of the springs are concentrated within the Central Highlands region around the Daylesford Hepburn areas.



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