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The future of the Moreton Bay Region is important. What do you have to say?


What Moreton Said

Over 4,000 community members completed the first Moreton Says survey. Thank you to everyone who participated!

All different kinds of people completed the survey. That gave us a robust, rich and meaningful range of views to analyse and inform our planning and decision-making.

Voconiq has done a detailed analysis of the data they collected through the survey and reported back to Council on the results.

You can access and use the results here:

  • Results Report: A detailed report by Voconiq on the key insights from the Anchor survey
  • Results Dashboard: An interactive dashboard where you can view and filter the anchor survey results by question and different groupings (e.g. location, age and gender). This tool aims to make the data accessible for community groups and organisations to use in their work.

The survey has provided us with valuable insights into the things that matter most to our communities. We’ve already started to use the survey insights to inform projects such as Kallangur-Dakabin Neighbourhood Plan and Caboolture West Renaming. We are committed to continuing to use the results as an evidence base for our future planning of the region.

The survey insights are not just for Council to use. We encourage you, our communities, to also use the results in your planning and decision-making.


Next survey

The next Moreton Says survey will occur in late October 2021 and will focus on a number of our key strategies.

Did you miss out on having your say in the first survey? Don’t worry, it’s not too late to join. Register below to receive invitations by email to future 'pulse' surveys - they are conducted quarterly and are 100% confidential.

Already registered? An email to the next survey will be sent to you with a link to the survey. Please use the link provided in the email to access the survey. Please check your ‘Junk’, ‘Spam’ or ‘Other’ folder if you haven’t received it. We recommend adding moretonsays@moretonbay.qld.gov.au to your contacts list to ensure our emails make it to your inbox.


How Moreton Says works

Moreton Says is an engagement program Council is delivering to bring the voices of our communities into our planning and decision-making.

It involves a series of region wide surveys over the next few years to better understand and keep track of the things that matter most to our communities. Everyone who lives, works and plays in our region is invited to confidentially share their views with us - you can join the program at any time.

Surveys are done every few months to help us keep our finger on the pulse of our communities and allow us to gain insights on specific issues relating to key Council policies, plans and projects.

Survey results are shared here and via other Council channels soon after each survey closes.



Keeping it confidential

We want you to feel comfortable telling us how you feel.

This is so important to us, we've partnered with Voconiq to collect, manage and understand the survey data. Voconiq specialises in translating data-driven community insights into tangible solutions to improve the way communities and organisations interact and relate.

You can be sure your feedback will be managed independently and confidentially.


The future of the Moreton Bay Region is important. What do you have to say?


What Moreton Said

Over 4,000 community members completed the first Moreton Says survey. Thank you to everyone who participated!

All different kinds of people completed the survey. That gave us a robust, rich and meaningful range of views to analyse and inform our planning and decision-making.

Voconiq has done a detailed analysis of the data they collected through the survey and reported back to Council on the results.

You can access and use the results here:

  • Results Report: A detailed report by Voconiq on the key insights from the Anchor survey
  • Results Dashboard: An interactive dashboard where you can view and filter the anchor survey results by question and different groupings (e.g. location, age and gender). This tool aims to make the data accessible for community groups and organisations to use in their work.

The survey has provided us with valuable insights into the things that matter most to our communities. We’ve already started to use the survey insights to inform projects such as Kallangur-Dakabin Neighbourhood Plan and Caboolture West Renaming. We are committed to continuing to use the results as an evidence base for our future planning of the region.

The survey insights are not just for Council to use. We encourage you, our communities, to also use the results in your planning and decision-making.


Next survey

The next Moreton Says survey will occur in late October 2021 and will focus on a number of our key strategies.

Did you miss out on having your say in the first survey? Don’t worry, it’s not too late to join. Register below to receive invitations by email to future 'pulse' surveys - they are conducted quarterly and are 100% confidential.

Already registered? An email to the next survey will be sent to you with a link to the survey. Please use the link provided in the email to access the survey. Please check your ‘Junk’, ‘Spam’ or ‘Other’ folder if you haven’t received it. We recommend adding moretonsays@moretonbay.qld.gov.au to your contacts list to ensure our emails make it to your inbox.


How Moreton Says works

Moreton Says is an engagement program Council is delivering to bring the voices of our communities into our planning and decision-making.

It involves a series of region wide surveys over the next few years to better understand and keep track of the things that matter most to our communities. Everyone who lives, works and plays in our region is invited to confidentially share their views with us - you can join the program at any time.

Surveys are done every few months to help us keep our finger on the pulse of our communities and allow us to gain insights on specific issues relating to key Council policies, plans and projects.

Survey results are shared here and via other Council channels soon after each survey closes.



Keeping it confidential

We want you to feel comfortable telling us how you feel.

This is so important to us, we've partnered with Voconiq to collect, manage and understand the survey data. Voconiq specialises in translating data-driven community insights into tangible solutions to improve the way communities and organisations interact and relate.

You can be sure your feedback will be managed independently and confidentially.