Answer the following SURVEY to go into the draw for your chance to WIN:
 
  • Individual - $50 My Dubbo Shopping Card (20 to be won)
  • School - $200 My Dubbo Shopping Card + up to 4 school stormwater drains stencilled with the message 'This drain is ONLY for rain' (5 to be won)
  • Business - $200 My Dubbo Shopping Card + up to 4 business stormwater drains stencilled with the message 'This drain is ONLY for rain' (5 to be won)

Terms and Conditions: Only residents, schools and businesses located within the Dubbo Regional Council area may enter the prize draw competition, with only one prize being awarded per individual, school or business. Prizes will be drawn throughout the ‘It’s Our Macquarie’ stormwater education campaign running from 13 May until 27 June 2019. Please note that the myDubbo Shopping Card Program will be extending to Wellington businesses in 2019 and the cards are valid for up to 3 years from the date of activation. Prize winners must collect their myDubbo Shopping Card from the Dubbo Visitor Information Centre at the Corner of Macquarie Street & Newell Highway in Dubbo within 2 weeks of announcement.

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* 1. Do you live in the Dubbo Regional Council area?

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* 2. What is your name?

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* 3. Are you answering this survey on behalf of a school or business?

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* 4. If yes, please name the school or business? If relevant name school class as well.

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* 5. What is your age?

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* 6. Please provide an email address or phone number so that Council can contact you in the event that you are a lucky prize winner? 

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* 7. Mr Jones, the local primary school teacher, appreciates the important role the river plays for us all. What are some of the roles the Macquarie River and local waterways play for our local community?

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* 8. Anything that falls into the gutter can wash into our street stormwater drains and into our local waterways. Before watching this video did you understand that stormwater from our streets drains could end up in our local waterways?

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* 9. After watching this video do you think stormwater pollution is an issue for our Macquarie River and local waterways?

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* 10. What types of stormwater pollution do you think are most commonly seen in our urban areas and local waterways?

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* 11. Mr Jones, despite his best efforts, cannot stop all the stormwater pollution by himself. Before watching this video what actions did you take at home, school or work to help reduce stormwater pollution? Please tick

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* 12. After watching this video what actions will you take at home, school or work to help reduce stormwater pollution? Please tick

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* 13. How did you hear about Council’s stormwater education campaign and this survey? Please tick

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* 14. What further Council support does your household, school or business need to help tackle stormwater pollution? Please tick

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