The Liveability of Gympie
So I surveyed 5 people with 5 questions about the liveability of Gympie. Here are the questions and I have put the best answer for each one-
Q1: What do you think about the towns health and liveability that you live in?
A1: Very liveable but the health service is limited, especially the hospital.
Q2: Why do you live in Gympie? What made you live here?
A2: Because I wanted to get out of the big city.
Q3: Do you think that Gympie has enough facilities for all kinds of people?
A3: Yes, but could have more disabled facilities.
Q4: If you could live anywhere would you live here? why?
A4: Yes, I would live here, because it's close to the beach, close to camping areas and not far from the Sunshine cost.
Q5: Is your town friendly to talk to?
A5: Yes it's easy to make friends.
With all the information that I have gathered I found how different things such as floods and droughts affected the liveability of Gympie's local area.
There is an ok amount of access to services and facilities but we definitely need more for our growing community.
There is a lot of environmental qualities but because of the accessional floods and all the droughts it has trouble growing naturally.
The social side off things are very different.
Here everyone is always up for a chat and all very friendly, but then again there is a bit off a problem with crimes and drugs. i have a few ideas of ways to improve the liveability of Gympie.
They are to put more gardens and gardening clubs in and the other is is to make more events for people to socialise.
When I tallied the goods and the not so goods I found that the gardening club and gardens had the most positives then the other option.
It will be socially good for people and economic rates will go up and the environmental affect will be good.
Overall I chose that gardening would be the better option because people will be able to connect, it will will also get people thinking about the environment and global worming.
Not only that the environment will look beautiful and attract more people.