KYABRAM Fauna Park personnel are in the early stages of creating a five-year strategic plan and they want some help to point them in the right direction.
After reaching out to a few local community groups, the Fauna Park is now keen to extend the opportunity for input to the wider community.
Secretary of the Fauna Park committee Georgia Johnstone will in the park café from 4pm to 7pm this Thursday, February 22 to listen to any ideas.
The manager of the Fauna Park, Ron Pope, said whatever the idea is, they want to hear it.
“Good or bad, as long as they think it is important we want them to come down and say something,” Mr Pope said.
“Whether they think it is a way it can be marketed or a new product or whatever, they should let us know.
“We want to appeal to the general paying customer — and a better park brings more people to the community and is a boost for the town, so we want everyone’s opinion.”
Mr Pope said the park was operating under limited resources and ideas put forward should keep that in mind.
“It is about how we can best use those resources to make the park a better experience.”
If you cannot make it to the café on Thursday, please email any ideas to [email protected]