Survey to understand arboretum use
The committee of the Crommelin Native Arboretum at Pearl Beach is currently conducting a survey to understand how people enjoy the arboretum.
The Crommelin Native Arboretum at Pearl Beach (the Arboretum) is situated on 5.5 acres of land owned by Central Coast Council in the South West corner of the village of Pearl Beach adjacent to the Brisbane Water National Park.
It is managed by a small community management committee.
"Our constitution tasks us with protecting, enhancing, maintaining and managing the Crommelin Native Arboretum; and to promote and encourage nature conservation at Pearl Beach and elsewhere," said Arboretum member Ms Mary Knaggs.
"We want to know what you think about the arboretum and how we can improve it for those who visit.
"We have a few questions and would be very grateful if you would answer them for us."
The questions include: How often do you visit the arboretum? Where do you live?
What did you like most about the arboretum? And, is there anything else you would like to see or experience in the arboretum?
The Arboretum will hold an open day on Saturday, November 21, with committee members available in The Cottage from 9am until 11am.
The survey will close on November 30.
Social media, 2 Nov 2020
Mary Knaggs, Crommelin Native Arboretum