About Your Say Whitsunday

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Your Say Whitsunday is an online community consultation platform which provides residents with the opportunity to share their thoughts, suggestions and ideas on a range of Council projects, activities and programs.

This platform will allow Council to better interact and engage with residents and incorporate community feedback into the matters that affect the region.

Council recognises the importance of undertaking meaningful community engagement, and we’re committed to working with local residents, families, businesses and community groups to ensure our decision-making better reflects the needs of our community.

Your Say Whitsunday subscribers will be able to use a range of interactive tools, including discussion forums, surveys, quick polls, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Question & Answer (Q&A) functions and brainstorming tools.

We ask you to sign in or register to participate on the Your Say Whitsunday platform. Residents can be assured that all personal information will remain confidential and is not disclosed to a third party. Contact information is only used for the purposes of that consultation process or to notify residents of other similar consultations they may be interested in.

Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on the right-hand side for more detailed information on how to have your say.

For general news and updates on council, please visit www.whitsundayrc.qld.gov.au

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If you have any questions you would like to ask our team about the site, you can ask below under 'Questions'.

Register Now!

Your Say Whitsunday is an online community consultation platform which provides residents with the opportunity to share their thoughts, suggestions and ideas on a range of Council projects, activities and programs.

This platform will allow Council to better interact and engage with residents and incorporate community feedback into the matters that affect the region.

Council recognises the importance of undertaking meaningful community engagement, and we’re committed to working with local residents, families, businesses and community groups to ensure our decision-making better reflects the needs of our community.

Your Say Whitsunday subscribers will be able to use a range of interactive tools, including discussion forums, surveys, quick polls, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Question & Answer (Q&A) functions and brainstorming tools.

We ask you to sign in or register to participate on the Your Say Whitsunday platform. Residents can be assured that all personal information will remain confidential and is not disclosed to a third party. Contact information is only used for the purposes of that consultation process or to notify residents of other similar consultations they may be interested in.

Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on the right-hand side for more detailed information on how to have your say.

For general news and updates on council, please visit www.whitsundayrc.qld.gov.au

Ask Us A Question!

If you have any questions you would like to ask our team about the site, you can ask below under 'Questions'.

If you have a question regarding this site please ask us here. What you write can be viewed by everyone. 

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    Is council aware of the Whitsunday region-wide safety issue of, and broad community concern about stray dogs and dogs not on leads in on lead areas? This is issue is regularly raised on the Bowen & Surrounds Community Group Facebook page following sightings of stray dogs; dogs off leads when they shouldn’t be; and dog attacks on people and other dogs. This is not simply a ranger issue ie rangers picking up/impounding S tray dogs - the rangers do what they can - the issue is broader. It’s about responsible animal care/ management. It’s about community safety and amenity. People are concerned about their safety. They are concerned about their dogs safety when they walk them. As a tourist town, Bowen cannot risk undermining its reputation as a great place to visit.

    Retreat@Bowen asked 12 days ago

    Hi Retreat@Bowen, Council is aware of community concern regarding stray dogs and dogs not under effective control in the Whitsunday region. Our Local Law Officers conduct daily patrols and target problem areas to address these issues that place the community, pets and other animals at risk. We promote responsible pet ownership and undertake education via social media, school programs, special events and on Council’s website. Our aim is to achieve greater awareness of responsible pet management in the community. Thanks, WRC Team